Women rarely think about this from the man's perspective, especially if the man was the one who "ruined things." Full disclosure -- I had a privileged upbringing, which technically makes me a "rich girl." But I did not grow up and expect that lifestyle without my own paycheck. In my experience, there are two types of "rich girls": ones who become gold diggers and don't have jobs, real friends, or passions, and ones whose privileged upbringings were contingent upon performance (school, work) and respect for the people providing that lifestyle.Unfortunately, it's not always easy to distinguish between these two types of "rich girls." There are many external similarities.Unfortunately for people like me, if a man is in "protection mode," it's hard to make him think you're any different.Without going into details of how I was raised, I will say neither of my parents came from "means" and demanded the respect and excellence many "gold diggers" lack.As any scorned man will attest, gold diggers do exist, and they know where to find and seduce men who will support their lifestyle.For many "rich girls," looking for a man to pick up where daddy left off is their job. Are you attracted to wealthy men like Donald Trump? 7pm –Fun Mixer Game, that makes it EASY to meet new friends. pm – The Tri-State Singles Scene, featuring representatives of leading singles…..
Some doofus who keeps his own espresso machine in the back had just offered me a shot (of coffee) because, as he put it, "I don't do coke and need to stay awake." Really, I couldn't fantasize a worse human being if I tried.
Overall, the conversation forced me to understand why these men are at best wary of women, and at worst harbor resentment against them.
In their view, these girls are good at two things: spending money during the relationship, and emptying the guy's pockets at the relationship's demise.
As trust grows, she begins using tactics that worked on her dad, her previous boyfriends, her teachers -- the cute smile; the "Please...?
" I don't think a man realizes this is happening until it's too late, when she's got his credit cards and any appreciation has turned to entitlement.