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I am kind of confused too because of the guys that did settle down one of them who is making 180k something married a public school teacher in her 20s.Now I am just trying to understand here, aren't men wary of gold diggers so wouldn't it be best to date someone that makes close to what you make?I am not really sure what I am doing wrong at this point.I have given online dating a shot however a lot of guys don't really want a serious relationship.Oh sure, making tons of money and working hard are seemingly very compatible western traits (although I've lately questioned the latter) -- but those traits are almost only for and don't apply as well in this post-feminist western world.Yes, maybe in the older days in Asia (and somewhat still true even today), you only married within the same socio-economic class, but that is rarer and rarer outside of the top 1% in the west.
Now that I'm looking to date more seriously, it seems like finding a guy is nearly impossible.
"That's really nice, good for her", and that's it; none of it makes you more attractive as a potential partner.
Not to generalize, but you're trying to attract a man with things that women are attracted to; rarely will a man become more attracted to a woman because of how well off that she is.
This means the odds of you finding one are relatively low. That girl who had a baby at the age of 19 and wasnt in a trailer park, that drives home my point pretty well."Kinda stopped reading after that, so apologies if he actually started making sense again.
Plus, if you prejudge them by high standards - he's just not tall enough, or a bit balding - then you put him off the list, and nobody's there to take the slack. " "go grrl" comments appear, ask yourself who's going to pay the price for the bad advice. The author raises some good points, then just goes off the deep end."You must have all your kids by the age of 25! Really wish he would have said something intelligent, like don't limit yourself to a relationship when you are 35 and successful.
Throughout most of medical school I ended up forming casual relationships nothing really with a future.