Dad dating gold digger
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Many men described women whom they stereotyped as overly interested in money or overly focused on acquiring or maintaining a lavish lifestyle.
Paul, a 24-year old in Seattle, WA, is upfront during his dates about being unemployed.
But women get confused when he takes them to expensive restaurants.
“Gold Digger” is a crass label no one wants, but after interviewing 1,000 single men, I discovered it’s being applied to women more often than they think (and often unfairly).
David, age 37 from Long Island, NY, described his recent date this way: “She was looking for a ‘Perfect 10:’ the guy who’s a 5 on the looks scale with million in the bank.” As a dating coach and matchmaker, I’ve spent the past ten years conducting some unconventional dating research using an “exit interview” tactic I learned at Harvard Business School and applied to the dating world.
The hotel is so irrelevant to my travel passion and so obviously an indication that she’s looking for a certain lifestyle.” He said one woman even asked him if he “flew commercial” on his trip! When you’re talking to a divorced man, the key is to focus on sympathy for what he’s gone through emotionally, especially if he has children. I., says he’s immediately turned off by the “alimony question” which several women have asked him on first dates.