“Sure, you could date someone for money,” she says. “There’s nothing wrong with that.

It’s important-providing for yourself it’s a necessity to travel and being able to travel, eat well and afford nice things is fun.

It depends on what you are interested in and where you are in your life…You need to be compatible on several levels, but I’ve never heard of anyone fight over having too much money.”

 

Even if most people wouldn’t set out to date someone because of his or her bank account, there are certainly financial perks that come with being in a relationship.

Don’t think you should date someone because of how much money they have.

This is a very changeable thing and honestly a shallow thing to base a relationship on.

However, If they have an attitude towards money which impresses you, I think that’s a good reason to date, someone. That positive attitude will probably be reflected in other parts of their life.”

Regardless of what you looking for in a relationship, there are countless reasons to date someone and none of them are important or valid than the other.

Some relationships will fail and others will flourish: there’s no guarantee.

The biggest challenge you’ll face in dating someone with a lot of money is the fear he or she has that you’ll like him or her because of the money that you are looking for a free ride.

Sometimes men and women write in their dating profiles that they are looking for someone who is financially successful, but I highly advise against this practice.

This is the type of behavior that makes wealthy singles feel insecure and worried.

If you date someone with money, make an extra effort to suggest dating activities that involve middle-of-the-road costs.

If you are suggesting a restaurant, suggest a common one rather than a five-star restaurant with velvet ropes out front; If you are suggesting a weekend away, suggest an average hotel instead of one known for top-the-line amenities and services.

By doing this, you are sending a clear message that you are interested in getting to know that new person better, not trying to milk him or her for their
money.

(Visited 156 times, 1 visits today)


Subscribe to our Youtube Channel :

Follow Us on Instagram