Start Dating a man with no money

Dating a man with no money

You may be a little short-sighted if you assume that your partner has to be at least on the “same financial playing field” as you. He doesn’t seem to have a long-term plan, much less a short-term plan. So if I’m a man making $300,000, do I need to find a woman who makes $200,000, also?

I did discuss my concern with him – saying that we could still see each other and get to know one another on a friendship level (nothing physical has happened on our 4 dates) and once he has found his stability in his work/career we can go from there.

He totally freaked out on me and was very passive aggressive – which opened up a whole other can of worms.

But in the same breath I believe in financial stability – I own property, invest, have a savings and no debt. I paid attention to your blog about not looking for someone who is a clone of me but rather who compliments me. Whether she makes $50,000 or $350,000 is largely irrelevant. Because he HAS money and he doesn’t expect her to support him. I hope you are soon raking in high-six-figures for what you’ve accomplished. They’re normal, stable, hard-working men with real middle-class to upper-middle class jobs. I really like him as a person, but at my age, I almost feel the practical thing to do would be to cut him loose so he can mature up a bit and have a better idea of direction of his life.

He is thoughtful, attentive, supportive…at least what I’ve seen after 4 dates. Is there any reason, Michelle, that you can’t date the same exact way? Because that means that you can marry a man for one reason and one reason alone: love.

The article points out what I’ve observed previously: the issue these days isn’t so much that the male schoolteacher is “intimidated” by the high-paid female advertising executive (there are some, but you don’t want them anyway), but rather that the high-paid ad exec refuses to date the schoolteacher. Isn’t the point of being independently wealthy so that you can do what you want, when you want?

Doesn’t the value of being self-sufficient come in not having to worry about someone supporting you?

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But my question remains – am I being ridiculous in expecting a partner who is at least on the SAME financial and career playing field as me?