Is that just an excuse or do men really feel challenged in this area?
In addition to "getting to know someone," an important part of dating/courting is observing a man's character.
From starting out in the dating game, to pursuing a serious, long-term relationship, money will always be an ever-present unifier or divider. For those who aren't in a serious LTR but are looking to date, money can definitely have an impact.
To find out the specifics on how finances can affect your love life, I spoke to Refinery 29 contributor, Priya Malani who spends her days as an entrepreneur and partner at Stash Wealth, a financial planning firm for H. Priya says that if you're on the broke side and looking to enter the dating game, your options may be more limited, especially if you live in a bigger, more expensive city.
These days, it's men who are dating women for their money.
Plenty of my single girlfriends have been on dates where money becomes an issue.
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If there is one thing that my post-grad years have taught me it's this: Money, especially a lack-there-of, has a way of making everything in life harder.
Sure there are plenty of free things we can enjoy together, but some things of interest do cost.
They want to date me, but it seems that their "male ego" won't let them because of financial struggles.
Here are the seven signs he's only dating you for your money, not your personality.