Dating a man with no money
A well paid man who mismanages his money is just as bad, if not worse, than a broke guy who appreciates the value of a dollar and spends his money wisely.I’d take a poor man who pays his bills on time and handles his business over a “hood rich” dude any day."It may not be the politically correct thing to say, but it's so much better to just be real and acknowledge any weirdness up front," says Esther Boykin, a licensed marriage and family therapist."The financial issues come up right away; men have to assume that they're paying for the first couple of dates," Savoy says."If you've planned an evening you can't afford just to impress her, consider making different plans." Don't let pride or embarrassment turn into excess spending and anger.Good sex has kept many a man and woman in less than desirable relationships way longer than they should have, and a credit score may be the last thing on your mind if you’ve been turned out.
While this is not OK during the first few dates, once you are in an established relationship, it is safe to consider.They feel that if they feed and clothe him, purchase him an Xbox and give him some pocket change, he won’t go anywhere.The power dynamic shifts and making more money gives these women a (false) sense of power and security.Be careful though, because money can’t always buy you love.You see his potential Your man has talent, ambition and drive and you believe he’s going to be the next best thing.