Is it likely that the rich guy you're dating is probably not going to be a match for you?
Most Helpful Guy
If you stay with someone long term, it is unlikely that their financial situation will be consistent the whole time. So fi they have plenty of money now, that doesn't mean they always will, and if they are low income now, that doesn't mean it will always stay that way either.
You are better off finding someone you are compatible with regardless of their finances. If you put priority on money, at some point your relationship will almost surely end.
Usually, people that value finances too much are VERY disloyal, and if someone comes upon hard times, they quickly leave. They value money more than the person.
That is one reason why men should never get married. If the woman truly values them and not their money, she won't need a legal agreement allowing her to take money from him.0
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Most Helpful Girl
If you date someone for their money it’s unlikely that you’ll be compatible.
If you date someone for who they are, but they’re also financially secure, that’s luck. Not many people out there who value morals and personality over money.1