This period of courtship is sometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.Dating as an institution is a relatively recent phenomenon which has mainly emerged in the last few centuries.This term may also refer to two or more people who have already decided they share romantic or sexual feelings toward each other.These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.Ok here is my situationi haven't worked for more than a year in the past 10 years... i have a job i just get no money for it : Pi take care of a disabled vietnam veteran father and a mother who isn't always in the best of healthi get told all the time that what i'm doing is great but women never give me the time of the day and most that i've bothered to ask have told me it's b/c i have no job or income... discuss I would only date a guy without a job who had some other means of income (inheritance, stocks, independently wealthy).
Even a cheap date still requires some amount of income coming in.
ANSWER: If you’re like lots of women I’ve talked to, then it’s your experience that men overwhelmingly seem to go for the “B” women – women who don’t really have their life together in some important ways. Here are two reasons a man might make the mistake of choosing a less “together” or successful woman over you.
1) Men Are Misreading You Does having a busy successful career change the way you act in love and relationships?
I’ve got a quick fascinating little quiz for you that’s going to show you something you need to know about men. Is it: A) A woman who’s smart, independent and “together.” Or…
B) A woman who doesn’t seem to have that much going for her and seems to “need” a man and a relationship. Why don’t they see what an amazing catch you and the women who have their act together are?