livemocha dating site - Dating someone with financial troubles

After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. We are compatible in every way except two things... There's no way that you'd have a good future together unless you have a lot of money and plan to support him. Keep him as a casual friend, but don't get too attached or close to him. I'm just not sure what to do and would love some honest advice. Trust me, it's not going to get any better the older he gets.

I am fine having dates that are economical and have let him know this.

However, I believe him to have a strong ‘male gene’ when it comes to who the provider should be. He’s been going on less dates with you and he’s been sharing his financial difficulties with you.

I’ve been dating someone for a couple months now and, like a lot of people, he is experiencing financial difficulties.

He just recently began sharing these financial problems with me and I know it’s the reason why he’s been asking me out less than when we first started dating.

I decided to get back into the dating world and I met this guy online – four weeks ago. But a big worry for me is that is has absolutely no stability or consistency in his life. The teacher is the man who married my Georgetown law educated cousin.

I am a 30-year old entrepreneur with my own online fashion store…soon to open my first physical boutique. The user-interface guy is the man who married my Duke educated sister. You need a man who makes you feel safe, heard, and understood. He’s incredibly sweet and generous to me and almost too into me (we have known each other for a while as friends and he’s recently been pushing for a sexual/exclusive relationship), hard working at his very low paying job that makes him happy, but only really has ambitions to make maybe 30K a year or lower and he’d be content with that.

I am a Christian single in her 30s, and I court from time to time.

I find that some men who are interested in me have past and present financial obligations.

He would have never done anything about it had I not been in the picture. Last weekend a levy was placed on his bank account. I asked him if he contacted his bank yet, and he said no. There is no question in my mind that she thinks she has something with him and can easily manipulate/use him. He left his last wife because she was a gold digger about a year ago and then he falls into something like this! I agree with everyone else that you should dump him. End this relationship now before he brings you down too. If you ignore it, you'll only be kicking yourself later. Well, it doesn't sound to me like there's much gold to be dug with this guy. I've had a long hard road back to life and don't want to judge.

I told him that she's an issue for me, so he asked her to move out. I adore him, but am feeling a little concerned about his lack of responsibility and decision making skills. He would have never done anything about it had I not been in the picture. If he doesn't have his act together by now, when will he? You are only hearing one side of the story, remember that. I'm smarter than the turnip, but maybe not the truck I'm working on that.

At times, I feel led to say, "Well, we can go Dutch." But in saying that, the guy's ego gets in the way, and he won't feel right if he can't pay for the date.

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