You could even talk about a celebrity couple who has gotten a prenup to protect their individual assets. That will give you an indication of how he might respond to you making a similar move! Can you accept him as he is, right now, without any expectation that he will change? A man can meet your needs in more than just one way!
They all said: Their biggest concern was how does a woman make them feel as a man.
If she holds her salary over them, acts like the boss when she’s at home, or basically one-ups him just because she’s got bank, a man will leave.
I’ve also talked to many sisters who have experienced men using them for money, being jealous the first time they saw her house or car, or trying to control how she spends her money.
If you have a high achieving sister with a salary that is more than some two-person households combined, you may have found dating is a bit more challenging for you.
So the question becomes: Should a woman date a man who makes less than she does?
And what does a man think about women who may be more financially successful than he is?
I’ve asked many high quality men how they’ve felt about dating a woman who makes more than they do.
These money differences became a total turn off that ruined the relationship. Not because it’s more important than love, but because it makes you more of who you are!
It has an interesting way of revealing what’s in a person’s heart, what her priorities are and how he views the world.
So if you’re going to enter into an inter-class relation and make it work, there are a few things you should consider. Think about this: You may be able to eat at fancy restaurants, fly first class and spend 0 bills like they’re only bills, but to expect him to do this for two people may be unrealistic. Does he willingly meet your needs (and I’m not talking about your need for luxury)?
You could test this out before you get too involved with a man you’re dating by casually bringing up an interclass couple you know. Can he provide emotional and spiritual support or is there too much drama that distracts you from what you’re trying to accomplish?