Wake Up, She’s There for the Money!

Reader’s Question:

When I date a woman, I like to take care of her, but I want that to be my choice and not her expectation. Why do so many women think it is okay to ask a man for money after a date or two? Don’t they realize it makes them look like they are only there for the money?

 Oh Boy! I could write a book on this one question, but can answer it in as little as a few words:

Wake up, she’s there for the money!

She knows the game and yes, she realizes what it makes her look like… because it is most likely her job. I’m guessing you aren’t her only “ATM.”

 These females give real women a bad rap, but I do get it and boy do they have it good (you know, besides the lack of love, respect, and self-worth)!

I know this makes me sound like a broken record, but you are dating the wrong type of women if this behavior turns you off. Some men tolerate this behavior because they are majorly reaching up and out of their league, which usually comes with a hefty price tag.  Others reach out of their league and when they see the price tag, they run.

Stop reaching or get your checkbook ready because some people (i.e. women and men) date as a career.

Listen, there is nothing wrong with wanting nice things in life, but entitlement is a whole different matter. Entitlement of your money on the first few dates should be handled like you would a small child. Inform said “gold digger” that this behavior is not how a mature and equal relationship works, and it’s simply unacceptable.

If they choose to walk away, then you have saved yourself a lot of money and drama. You owe it to yourself to be honest and upfront from the very beginning. Treat yourself with respect!

Even if you do decide to tolerate this type of behavior, please call her on her shit, so at the very least she knows the game is over.

 

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