RE: Money: The Psychology Of "Gold Digging" In Introspection.

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Well, I get your view totally.

But the friends you asked about having money at the expense of women have not experienced SAPA or OWU.

Most of the success story I have heard did so at the expense of women at the start.

Also, sometimes it make sense to look for someone with near the same financial status with you.

But sometimes that can get you a wrong person.

I have seen girls with cars and the latest iPhones with nothing in their account.

The truth is to watch closely, people can't pretend for long.

The case of marrying an older woman can be controversial but the question is why don't men marry poor old women?



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But the friends you asked about having money at the expense of women have not experienced SAPA or OWU.

It's the same with a lot of men I've asked, most of them don't think their money would mean anything without a woman in their lives, it's often like a cap that crowns it all for them.

Also, sometimes it make sense to look for someone with near the same financial status with you.

We all know that this is difficult ftom where we're coming from, the society we live in is wired to make women believe that marriage or a relationship shouldn't make them go the extra mile at achieving financial freedom.

The case of marrying an older woman can be controversial but the question is why don't men marry poor old women?

Do you mean younger men? If this is the case it's virtually impossible. The truth is, wealth or money arguably becomes the beacon, it sorts of bridges the gap to an extent. There are other things too like sex, but then... There must be something that becomes a motivating factor for some irregular union to happen in our society.

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There must be something that becomes a motivating factor for some irregular union to happen in our society.

I totally agree with you and but most often than not, the motivation is always money. Although, I have seen when people marry to get out of the country too

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Even the motivation to get out of the country is indirectly monetary because one must be financially capable to even think of leaving the country. It's all entwined to an extent. It's crazy the world we live in.

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The truth is to watch closely, people can't pretend for long.

This is true bro and that's a very dangerous one if involved with an expert in pretending just to get their goal.

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if involved with an expert in pretending just to get their goal.

Well, if you have a level of money, you should be very observant in identifying red flags tho..

Most pretenders still leave a trail that we often ignore.

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