Is it likely that the rich guy you're dating is probably not going to be a match for you?
Most Helpful Guy
I am rich, and my relationships have all been good.
There is some fraction of people in the world with which you can live happily ever after. There is also some fraction of people who are financially successful.
All you have to do is to combine your dating pool to the intersection of those two sets. Suppose you are a devout Catholic, so you decide you won't date a Moslem man. No one would blame you for that. So, simply decide you won't date a man unless he is successful or on his way to become so.
Just as you would interview a dating candidate for compatibility of religion (using my example, as though you are religious yourself), interview them for financial compatibility.
Be aware that the competition for wealthy men is intense. That is why you often see us with models, actresses, and wealthy women. Everyone wants to catch us. Therefore, you need to make yourself attractive to them. Get an excellent education, say from a top 10 university*, maybe think about grad school for an MBA, PhD, JD, or MD. Keep your body in great shape, win a beauty pageant. If you do these things, then dating a wealthy man is easy.
*The chances of meeting someone at a top 10 university who will someday be rich is very high. ALL of my classmates from college that I know about are currently millionaires. I am considered "Very High Net Worth", and I am not anywhere close to some of them.1
Most Helpful Girl
i think that becomes more possible the older you get. Someone who's in their late teens, even early 20s- it'll be hard to find someone financially stable because most people are still figuring out what they want to do. So you can go older, but then personalities and interests may not line up... but I think once you get to late 20s, early 30s- you'll have an easier time of finding both compatibility and financial security.0