Is it okay to date a rich girl?
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April 22, 2019 / By Aneta Question:
There is this good looking rich girl very interested in me. She comes from a very wealthy family and sees like she has a very good career ahead of herself. We hung out together and been on a few dates. The thing is though I am not rich. I am very good looking and well masculin which is probably one of the reasons why she is attracted to me. I am 20 years old and I am currently not in college. I work but I don't make a lot of money and I see how money seems to be on alot of people's mind well at least a lot of girls. She offered to even take care of me. She is a very smart and ambitious girl. She seems very energetic and fun which I love. Do you think it's akward to date a rich girl?
Best Answers: Is it okay to date a rich girl?
Wilbur | 4 days ago
Of course it's okay to date a rich girl.
But, my question to you is how serious are you about this "rich" girl?
If very serious and you both think something can develop from this relationship, then you must take into consideration her parents' view of you. They can make or break your relationship if they feel you to be inferior to her.
Then you must ask, if they cut her off totally, will your love and desire be strong enough to sustain the basic lifestyle for which she is accustomed? Without citing any research, I know from experience (I'm 53) that money issues are key problems in many relationships and marriage. But when you go into relationships unequally yoked, both parties MUST have strong conscious of what's important to them.
Have you asked yourself how her being with more money then you will eventually affect your manliness? It is a prime factor for some men, young and old.
There's a lot going on here as many folks contemplate marriage at your age, and view a date is not simply a date but a means to find a lifetime partner.
Lastly, do you really want someone to take care of you, or do you desire to be the MAN in the relationship?
If nothing more, I hope it gives you something to think about in dating this or any other girl.
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