I grew up in housing commission and I've spent a lot of years building up my career to a point where I live in a nice place now and can enjoy the good things of life. I take myself overseas twice a year and I never want to be in a situation where I'm supporting a man. I've done that once before and it was an awful situation. He knew that I was on good money and he totally took advantage of me, expecting me to pay for almost everything and always encouraging me to spend more of my money.
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What to Do If You're Dating Someone Who Makes More Money
Subscriber Account active since. Most people know that new relationships are a time of discovery. Because of this, you've been probably been prepared for what to do if you find out your new partner isn't quite right for you. But what if you find out that the person you're dating is wealthier than you? Like, several tax brackets wealthier than you?
In a perfect relationship, both partners would have successful, satisfying jobs with great career prospects, hope for future promotion, and equal paycheque. So much for the ideal relationship. Real relationships, made up of real people, are usually quite different.
It's official. The age of the female gold digger is over. These days, it's men who are dating women for their money.