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.
As opposed to valuing himself say, because of his traits that helped him create that wealth. It’s forgetting that it’s the man himself the woman must be attracted to. What does he do the next time he meets a quality woman? More talk of his money, his status, and his accomplishments. But even if not a direct money exchange, sure, showboating will attract some women.
Survey takers value honesty, loyalty and faithfulness more than anything else in a woman's character, though they don't necessarily promise it in return.
(: Rich families are hoarding cash, Citi says) They also prefer a woman with a great personality over one with ambition—success is kind of a turnoff, apparently.
The rich guy subconsciously sees himself as valuable of his money. And because he doesn’t understand attraction and women, he incorrectly sees only one logical course of action. Of course, his money leads to some “relationships.” There’s the elephant in the room that includes prostitution, “sugar daddy” relationships, and the like. ”If it’s the latter, and he’s not happy with the dating life he’s created lately, he must reverse engineer his conversations.
It’s never the money itself that’s damaging anybody’s intimate life. But here’s the thing: guys with money regularly make the mistake of implicitly placing their value upon their wealth. And yet, all is All he needs to do is step back and honestly assess how he’s approaching his dating life.“Am I leading my interactions with who I am or what I’ve achieved?
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