Dating a rich guy
"Two people sharing one place, sharing the daily cost of living, pooling their money for travel and adventures.
You can do a lot more with two people contributing than on your own." Some people liked the idea: "Marriage is nothing more than a contractual agreement, isn’t it? "To be a serious gold digger you've got to be seriously committed to looking for dollar signs and nothing else…
It’ll go a long ways in cementing the relationship that you have with him.
Would you have sex with a man just to stay in his pocket?
You worked so hard to land the rich man of your dreams. You’re going to want to be on the ball, that way you can keep him for as long as possible.
Rich guys are like fine wine, they get better as they age.
Comments on these pieces have ranged from supportive ("I thought it was brave to blog this--it's honest.") to all-out nasty ("Why don't you just steal someone's nice, fat wallet and have sex with it, its obvious you neither want nor deserve a man.") Many people wrote to say they were in a similar situation.
Her boyfriend is a doctor who regularly appeared on TV.This is a good thing and it’ll keep you on your toes. This means more than just buying great clothes and getting your hair done. Your man’s job is his life It’s just a fact that you’ve got to deal with. Don’t be shocked when he takes his job home with him. It very well could mean that his financial stability may be less stable than you believe. Instead, realize this is the type of man you’ve always wanted. A rich guy will always have extremely limited time.He’s not going to want you to sit around all day and do nothing. Looking your best at all times is a must Most rich guys expect their woman to spend a lot of time in front of a mirror. You’re also going to want to make sure that you’re physically fit as well. Don’t be shy when it comes to showing off the results. That time is valuable and he spends it earning a living.When he loses his job he gets reacquainted with his creative side while Esther works two jobs she hates. I know I should be thankful to even have a job, let alone two, that there are people out there worse off—people with mortgages, kids to feed, and diminishing retirement accounts. When I vent my frustrations to girlfriends, I feel like I'm betraying the man I love, and myself.After all, this is not the inspirational "despite hard times" talk people want to hear during economic crises.