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Old 07-24-2017, 05:09 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Patagonia View Post
Why does this conversation keep circling around money????

And why are there so many cookie cutter rules for the right mate?

Geez, live a bit.
There are no cookie cutter rules at all. It all depends on individual and what they want in life at the moment.

I lived a ton, not a bit lol had tons of casual dating, friends with benefits, got married, divorced, had a very long term relationship, enjoyed singlehood with no dating etc and now am happily married second time. I clearly lived more than a bit.

When I dated casually or had friends with benefits I had one set of requirements, but when I decided I am interested in marrying again my requirements changed.

The focus isn't on money but you can't deny importance of it. I have a life long career and have no interest in taking on a man. I wanted an equal partner. I had no interest to become poor so I can have a man. So money matters when you want commitment

When a person just want sex and casual interaction, then it doesn't matter. But OP says he wanted women in open marriages. Well he is looking in wrong places to begin with.
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Old 07-26-2017, 04:03 PM   #32
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I'm not sure where one would find women in open marriages.

Then you might be looking into poly relationships.

And yes I understand that money matters but I think OP was looking for a date.
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