“Gold Digger” is a crass label no one wants, but after interviewing 1,000 single men, I discovered it’s being applied to women more often than they think (and often unfairly).
David, age 37 from Long Island, NY, described his recent date this way: “She was looking for a ‘Perfect 10:’ the guy who’s a 5 on the looks scale with million in the bank.” As a dating coach and matchmaker, I’ve spent the past ten years conducting some unconventional dating research using an “exit interview” tactic I learned at Harvard Business School and applied to the dating world.
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In our shaky economy, financial security is more volatile now than ever before.
Men are increasingly sensitive about finding someone genuine who will stick with them “for richer or poorer.” They often avoided a woman if she wrote in her online profile something along these lines: “I love shopping” or “I adore fine wines and champagne.” In an initial email exchange, men cringed if a woman wrote “I’m looking for a man who is generous” or “a man who has achieved career success.” Men believed these were proxy statements for “I want to be taken care of financially.” Of course, these were often misperceptions, but in the early stages of dating, perception is reality.
These people no doubt married for love, but have continually had to put up with questions.
Recent moves by the Law Commission to give unmarried co-habitees the same financial claims as divorcees in the event of a split were hailed in the press almost gleefully as a gold-digger's charter.
To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.In other words, they perceived certain women as “Park Avenue Princesses.” In face, The Park Avenue Princess was the #4 most common reason men lost interest in a woman after viewing her online dating profile, exchanging emails, or going on a first or second date.Men have their radar up for gold diggers whom they think are looking to marry a lifestyle along with their man.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set.