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Would u feel intimidated dating a girl way more achievement then u?

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    peter565posted 16 months ago

    Would u feel intimidated dating a girl way more achievement then u?

    Guys, would u fell intimidated dating a girl that is way more accomplish then u? and girls, would u date a guy, who isn't even half as accomplish as u? (early 20s don't count, because everybody just starting off, it is nature some would have a head start others a later start, due to luck)

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    dashingscorpioposted 16 months ago

    No.
    If there's a mutual attraction, similar sense of humor, interests, and chemistry then by all means go out and enjoy each other's company! Successful men have dated women from all walks of life.
    Success shouldn't be one of those things that cause you to exclude someone. Don't hold her success against her!
    Dating for the most part in my opinion is a fun and social activity. Odds are most of the people who date don't end up married.
    However if during the process you discover you're with someone very special then be open to allowing the relationship to evolve.

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      peter565posted 16 months agoin reply to this

      So...(not sure u male or female) if u are eg major Hollywood movie star, that make truck load of money u would marry nobody guy, vise verse, u won't feel intimidate marrying a girl that make so much more money then u?

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      SalcidoBiancaposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      He can still take care of you. What woman doesn’t want to feel a man is taking care of her? Of course you do. And a man likes to feel he’s taking care of his lady. This doesn’t mean he has to have a bigger number on his paycheck.

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      dashingscorpioposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      I'm a male.
      Major female stars like Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Lopez, Halle Berry, Madonna, Oprah,  or Jennifer Lawrence would rarely meet guys who earn as much money as them. The great thing about being rich is you can focus on other traits!

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      peter565posted 16 months agoin reply to this

      And I bet their husband even if not make as much as them, are still self made very successful and rich

    5. dashingscorpio profile image87
      dashingscorpioposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Not necessarily. One of Jennifer Lopez's former husband's was a backup dancer!
      Cher once dated a guy who worked in a bakery.
      A very wealthy woman doesn't need a man to provide for her.
      She's free to focus on his other traits or contributions.

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      peter565posted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Yeah, but which of Jen's marriage last? Britney Spear married a backup dancer and the guy turn out to be white trash. Every successful women that married nobody and stay together, is because they are married, way before she succeed

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    SalcidoBiancaposted 16 months ago

    He can still take care of you. What woman doesn’t want to feel a man is taking care of her? Of course you do. And a man likes to feel he’s taking care of his lady. This doesn’t mean he has to have a bigger number on his paycheck.
    Caring for a woman may have traditionally meant footing the bill, but real love and care has little to do with what you can afford. (Ask anyone who’s married to a rich douchebag.) A real partnership is one in which you BOTH support and provide for each other. A confident, self-possessed man (you know, the kind you want to date?) will be impressed by a woman who has done well for herself. And if he makes less it's okay because as long as you're a team and communicate is what matters and besides a man can take care of his woman  takes, in ways that matter most—making delicious meals, spending time together, holding hands, and generally being a calming and steadying force in your partners life. Something money cannot buy. The reason it works is because you appreciate what efforts he makes, and let him know it. And he’s not the least bit resentful or intimidated by what you earn. Real love and care has little to do with what you can afford. A real partnership is one in which you BOTH support and provide for each other.

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      peter565posted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Yeah...I don't think I can do that, I prefer a girl who is only as accomplish as me or a girl that is a high school graduate looser that is still on minimum wage, after 10 years.

 
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