Stop Waiting To Marry A Rich Man And Create Your Own Wealth Instead!

This week, DatingNews.com wrote a great article about why I feel it’s important for women to create the wealth or financial freedom they desire for themselves. You can check out the article here: Dee Simone of Dee’s Dating Diary Encourages Women to Seek Financial Independence Before Finding Love.

It’s not uncommon to see “must make six figures,” or some other income requirement, on a woman’s laundry list. But, income and wealth are not indicators of whether you’ll have a good relationship with a man. This is why I encourage women to create their own wealth.

And, in turn, this will make it easier for you to focus on and value those qualities in a partner that create the foundation for a healthy, love-filled, blissful relationship. 

I started a new blog about my own journey into investing and I hope that it inspires women all over the world to start doing whatever they can to take control of their financial future and create wealth for themselves. You don’t need anyone’s permission, you just need to believe that you can do it. I do not give investment or financial advice on my new blog, but I will empower you!

You can check out my new blog here: Your Investing Diva.

Yours Truly,

Here’s Why You Don’t Want To Date A Rich Man

Many women say they want to date or marry a rich man, but just because a man has a lot of money doesn’t mean you’re going to be happy in a relationship with him.

Wealth Doesn’t Equal Happiness

Wealth should never be a prerequisite for a relationship. Instead, you should be looking to see if a man has the important, non-superficial qualities that you NEED in a relationship. For example, is he considerate and not self-centered? Is he honest? Is he trustworthy? Is he emotionally available? Is he family oriented? Does he treat you with respect? Does he have a good heart?

Just because a man has a lot of money doesn’t mean he is a good person. Money does not create or enhance positive qualities like kindness, trustworthiness, or respect. These are completely separate considerations from money.

So, you may find that a man is very wealthy, but he’s inconsiderate, dishonest, condescending, or disrespectful towards you. You have to start focusing on the qualities in a man that would promote a great, healthy, and loving relationship. You also have to consider who you are as a person and what kind of qualities would complement that.

What’s more important than wealth is whether a man is self-sufficient. You should be concerned that a man can provide for himself and, if he wants a family one day, that he can also provide for a family.

A Downside Of Dating Rich Men

While many women firmly believe that their match will be a man with a lot of money, many of these women find themselves unhappy in these relationships because they don’t get to spend much time with their boyfriends.

Here’s the thing, a man who has built an empire that affords him the wealth and lifestyle that you think you want usually won’t be able to spend the kind of quality time you want with him. Building wealth and maintaining it requires a time commitment that often interferes with the time you would spend together.

You don’t become rich laying under your girlfriend or boyfriend all day. It requires dedication. It requires time. And if you’re the type of woman who likes to spend a lot of time with her boyfriend, there’s no way you would really be happy dating a rich man.

On the other hand, if you’re an independent woman who has her own career or business to consider, dating a rich man may not be an issue since you both would need more time to focus on your own work as opposed to the relationship.

If you want to live in the lap of luxury, provide that lifestyle for yourself and stop looking for a man to do it for you.

For more great dating advice, get my book: Picking up the Pieces: Rebuilding Yourself for the Love and Relationship You Deserve

Till Next Time,

Dee

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