Why Do Men Shy From Dating Rich And Successful Women?

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  1. ngureco profile image79
    ngurecoposted 12 years ago

    Why Do Men Shy From Dating Rich And Successful Women?

  2. profile image53
    tryoneposted 12 years ago

    It depends on the situation. Some rich ladies tries to buy the man affection with gifts and clothings. Some women throw their success in the men face.

    Some women uses the male for trophy appearances like the older male uses the young lady on his arm.

  3. telltale profile image59
    telltaleposted 12 years ago

    There must be a reason why these women became rich and successful.. most men would probably be intimated by such women, and would therefore not be comfortable with their egos  being bruised, if the woman they date happen to know more than them.

  4. Mutiny92 profile image67
    Mutiny92posted 12 years ago

    If I weren't married, I am sure that rich and successful women would be at the top of my list!

    1. gmwilliams profile image83
      gmwilliamsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Rich and successful women seldom, if ever, date men who are not rich and successful.  The same goes for rich men.

  5. suny51 profile image60
    suny51posted 12 years ago

    who said?its always good to go for one,after all you have to manage the initial investments. (smiles)

  6. Olyenka profile image58
    Olyenkaposted 12 years ago

    My belief is you will attract what you think you should attract... If you constantly state the statement above - that what will keep happening.
    Men love dating rich and successful Women :-)

    Hugs xxx

    1. gmwilliams profile image83
      gmwilliamsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      However, rich and successful women only enter into such relationship for a quick sexual dalliance and to use such men, nothing more, nothing less.  It is seldom, if ever, that such relationships are based upon respect and love.

  7. Jarn profile image60
    Jarnposted 11 years ago

    They feel threatened. Most men still labor under the impression that it's their job to be the breadwinner and protector. When we run across a woman who's doing better than us, we don't feel like men. It robs us of a pillar around which we build our identities. Of course, I'm nothing like that. I have no problem having a sugar mamma. Care to introduce me to one?

  8. gmwilliams profile image83
    gmwilliamsposted 9 years ago

    Rich and successful women only want men in their same caliber.   If a man is not rich and successful, he is wise to avoid dating such women and to stick to women from his educational, socioculturall, and socioeconomic background.   Remember, like oftentimes attract life.   Rich and successful women, like their male counterparts, want men who can bring something to the relationship whether it is intellectually, educationally, socioculturally, and socioeconomically.   If a man does not have those components which she desires, why enter the relationship.   

    Yes, there are rich and successful women who enter relationships with men who are not rich and successful.   However, those men are is either in the more passive role in the relationship or the women are using such men for a temporary sexual dalliance.  These relationships are not based upon mutual respect and these women will soon tire of such men and find a more compatible partner.  Men, particularly, if they are not rich and successful, are OUT OF THE LEAGUE in terms of rich and successful women.

 
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