Dating a man with no money Camsex 1to1 free
He totally freaked out on me and was very passive aggressive – which opened up a whole other can of worms.
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?
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Now here’s the problem — he’s 31 and has not finished his degree (I have two post graduate degrees), has not kept a stable job for more than 12 consecutive months (in fact he quit his job last week just because he didn’t like his boss anymore), has no assets, no savings, no investment and still needs to pay off his student loan. Two examples of great men who make less than their wives: A high-school history teacher and soccer coach who has a Masters degree.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend like we all don’t want that ride or die mate.
But perhaps, if you are running into women who aren’t interested in dating you due to your financial status, maybe you should work on becoming a bit more stable in that department.
This is a VERY important distinction that it seems that many women have difficulty making. This man is a bad investment for your future, and you are being very smart by moving on from him.
There is a huge difference between an aimless slacker who doesn’t have drive, ambition, and follow through, and a man who chooses a career with a lower financial upside.
I’ve answered a version of this question before and told a favorite anecdote of mine here.