Dating for money
Historically, the gentleman has been responsible for covering the expenses. I’m a huge fan of investing in myself, but I’m also frugal when it comes to courting. You can’t throw all of your goals out the window because your current partner has different views.However, after a few dates, guys get tired of always paying. Money determines what you do for fun, what you eat, where you live, and how you live. I don’t mind a weekend getaway, a hotel room for the night, or a fancy dinner once in a while. I would much rather train or invest money into my business. You have to remember that it’s your journey and your journey alone. Romantic partners will enter, stick around, and then turn into complete strangers. At the end of the day, you have to do what’s best for you. For example, I have a friend who disappears whenever he finds a new girlfriend. He stops working out, doesn’t respond to his buddies, and spends all of his money on her. I’m here to remind you that it’s okay to be a little selfish sometimes. Money is very important when it comes to your relationships. You can ignore it at first, but the topic of money will always creep up into conversation.That’s all great until the credit card bill hits the doormat.Then the quietened money sense is awakened from its sleep and erupts in full technicolor.
Moreover, the site is not committed to keeping your address unknown to the other party, nor does it emphasize meeting in public places only. As long as you are attractive, you are allowed to go ahead.
When we first enter a relationship, the money sense in us is pretty much switched off.
We can make extravagant gestures, buy meals out in fancy restaurants, give bouquets of flowers and enjoy weekends in luxury resorts.
Romance is all about showing someone you care about them. If the relationship has the consistency of a dog turd, then it doesn’t matter how much glitter you roll it in – it will still stink!
How do you and your partner handle money and dating?