Dating no money

14 Jan

There is a huge difference between an aimless slacker who doesn’t have drive, ambition, and follow through, and a man who chooses a career with a lower financial upside.

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Usually this includes the ability to send you messages.I am a 30-year old entrepreneur with my own online fashion store…soon to open my first physical boutique. The user-interface guy is the man who married my Duke educated sister. You need a man who makes you feel safe, heard, and understood. He’s incredibly sweet and generous to me and almost too into me (we have known each other for a while as friends and he’s recently been pushing for a sexual/exclusive relationship), hard working at his very low paying job that makes him happy, but only really has ambitions to make maybe 30K a year or lower and he’d be content with that.I work hard but believe in balance so I love to get out and enjoy spending my hard earned dollar. I think it’s wonderful that you are driven, ambitious, and self-sufficient. The majority of men aren’t slackers and aren’t millionaires. Plus he has student loan debt that he’s not trying to pay off urgently, and his longest job has been only about 6 months so far.One of the best and most popular features of a dating site is free online dating chat.Chatting is a really good way to have a relaxed conversation with anyone you like and find out if that person is worth your attention.I did discuss my concern with him – saying that we could still see each other and get to know one another on a friendship level (nothing physical has happened on our 4 dates) and once he has found his stability in his work/career we can go from there. He totally freaked out on me and was very passive aggressive – which opened up a whole other can of worms. Most so-called “free online dating sites” or “freedatingsites” aren’t actually free.Normally what the sites offer is a free trial period of say three days, or the opportunity to create a free profile.But my question remains – am I being ridiculous in expecting a partner who is at least on the SAME financial and career playing field as me? I’ve answered a version of this question before and told a favorite anecdote of mine here.