I see so many things that he can be, but he doesn’t seem to see them in himself. I’m getting so frustrated because I feel like this man could be everything to me but he’s so lazy and so content being what he is. When you meet somebody, you see a man based on what you want him to be. If you make it further down the road, and the relationship ends, it will be because of the same warning signs that you saw in the first 30 days but chose to ignore.
The man you think is such a winner is only a winner in your fantasy driven eye. Date a man based on who he shows up as, not on what you think he is going to be or could become.
We all go through a period of time when we attract losers – not a big deal.
They may have tricked us into believing they weren’t scrubs AT FIRST, but their true colors eventually bleed through.
Balancing the family budget requires teamwork and setting common goals.
People who are in love support each other through thick and thin — through good and bad financial times.
Be selective in the personal details you share with your date.
Don’t give out too many personal details on a first date, as this may scare some people away, but sharing basic information about yourself, such as where you grew up, what you like to do in your spare time, etc., is perfectly acceptable.
Don't let people tell you you're a loser — instead, ignore their pettiness and work to be the best, happiest person you can be. When you quiz him about his personal budget, it's clear that he doesn't have one.When you suggest that budgeting is a good thing and try to show him how to prepare a financial budget, he acts disinterested or feigns interest and never goes any further with the budgeting process.3.Fast forward to November when I arrived in Chiang Mai, it became even more clear to me when I realized the whole digital nomad scene was a scam.I wanted nothing to do with all the newbies and scam artists, so I started meeting people on the outskirts who actually made legitimate money online.