A gold-digger is someone whose main interest is in money. If you don't have money, she has no interest in you. If you do have money, she becomes slightly more interested in you, but much more interested in your wallet. Read on to help find out if you're dating a gold-digger.
While she won't ever offer to chip in for a date, she will definitely suggest the most expensive restaurants that she'd like to try. When you suggest a romantic picnic in the park, she will turn up her nose and opt for a "real" date. To her, dates are only dates if money is spent on her.
She's interested in how people can make more money, but she never attempts to make more money herself. She tells you that if you renovated your home a bit, you could make a good profit selling it, and then you could buy a bigger one. She will tell you that you should ask for a raise at your job and excitedly tells you how much better things will be for the both of you. She'll suggest ways to spend the extra money you'll be making. She'll start planning vacations and special nights out on the town.
Of course, even though she is the one spending money and racking up bills, she will complain about how expensive it is to pay rent and all of her bills. She'll even pull guilt trips and say how she wishes she were lucky and had money like you. She'll comment on how nice it must be to have no worries about money. She makes you feel bad about her situation so that you'll offer her money. The more brazen of women will come right out and ask if you can help them out.
You're walking through the mall together when you stop to look at jewelry in a store window. She immediately gushes over the pieces. You agree they are gorgeous and start to move away from the window when you hear her say, "Don't you love me?" She has no problem asking you to prove your love through buying her things. If you don't give in she will pout and make you feel guilty until she gets what she wants. She doesn't actually think you don't love her, she just wants the item.
Dating a gold-digger often makes a person feel used. To find out once and for all if the woman you're dating is a gold-digger, stop shelling out for everything she asks for and plan more low-key dates. If she acts offended by the low cost, more romantic options, she's definitely only interested in your money.
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