Dating with no money

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One of my girlfriends dated a man who was accustomed to buying whatever he wanted, when he wanted, regardless of cost, and guess what? If your guy is too irresponsible to get by on his own by setting a realistic budget and sticking to it, why should you be expected to float him? By declining his request, I saved myself the hundreds of dollars (plus interest) that he most likely had no intention of ever paying back.

Just ask my last boyfriend, who can count his stubborn insistence on splitting all checks as one of the reasons for getting kicked to the curb. He made a baby and is therefore expected to provide financially for its well-being, but he’s not.

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He enjoys his government job, loves playing sports, going hiking and spending time with his German Shepherd. Should someone’s financial stability be a deal breaker?

The Beatles had it right when they crooned “Money can’t buy me love.” For sure.

It’s impossible to put a price tag on the important things in relationships. if opening his wallet to buy you a drink throws your date into an existential crisis, there’s a problem.

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