With that said, I know any man I date who is currently broke is probably working his way to the top of his field.I can't be worried about his current financial status because I know he's working to improving it.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 dated men who are very generous with their funds, and I've dated men with zero funds.And dating someone who is broke wasn't at all what I expected. Being broke means you don't make a lot of money right now, and you can't spend a lot of money at the moment.He’ll ultimately need to work this out himself anyway, so anything you do that supports that is helpful and anything you do that interferes with that is unhelpful.
On a personal note, I’ve fallen into this type of thinking before.
Living in Los Angeles, I've probably encountered just as many men who have it together as those who are still trying to get it together.
I've dated wealthy men, and I've dated men with just enough to get by.
Have you ever heard the old expression, “It's just as easy to love a rich guy as it is to love a poor one?
" Although most women would probably love to date a rich man, I'm pretty sure many of us have had experience dating a poor one.