How can you have a meaningful relationship without feeling out of place, and make your man see that you love him for who he is faster than you can say, "foie gras"? We’ve both seen it: A rich guy soiling his chances to find an intimate relationship, or really, any relationship, because he leads his conversations by directly flaunting his wealth. She quickly sees a guy who’s overcompensating by “showing off.” She sees a guy who doesn’t value himself. I'm very funny and almways do the necessary for people to...
She's more than just a pretty face: she’s confident, charismatic, and also intelligent.
And besides, who would want to be “loved” for a bank account. But when a guy leads his conversations by talking about his money, his accomplishments, or his status, he’s shooting himself in the foot.
She can’t get aroused or fall in real love with his money. I’m sure the women reading this would agree that those character traits are highly attractive in a boyfriend, partner, or husband. Say he leads the conversation with his wealth, and a woman reciprocates.
The reason behind this is that these men need a partner they can take care of, said the representative of this website, Darren Shuster.
Well, this survey must have raised the hopes of many―let's say, not-so-rich spinsters―out there who wish to be with a rich millionaire bachelor, isn't it?
Dallas They Have Gold-Digger Radar Most people want to be loved for who they are, not what they do. "Gold diggers do not give off a cute vibe," says one successful 27-year-old investment banker.