He explains: I deal with every type of family dynamic you can possibly think of.After some time in the industry, I started to notice a heavy correlation between how single men spend, save and invest their money and their dating or love lives.recently) divorced, and you’re wondering if dating this man is a good idea. Some people might automatically say you shouldn’t date anyone who falls into this category, but I’m not a fan of telling someone whether they date someone. My approach is to help you get super realistic about what you want, and what you’re getting into, so that you can make your decision to stay or leave as as possible.You probably have a million questions on your mind. With that said, if you meet someone you’re really attracted to, but the ink on his divorce papers hasn’t yet had time to dry, you are going to need to approach some things differently if you want to minimize the risk of getting your heart broken.Not everyone is present enough to see through it all, but the whole job/money and ego/identity crisis is a big illusion that men suffer from.
Credit Score (“where good credit scores are sexy”) asks members to provide credit scores for potential sweethearts.Are you with a guy who doesn't seem to want to take the next step or a put a ring on it?You may irrationally believe it's because the sex is bad, there's another woman in his life or you're not hot enough. PJ* is a financial services professional, and he has experienced firsthand the correlation between finances and settling down.“I don’t think it’s fair to say that people are dating to gain financially; but if you are taking on someone’s financial burden, that tips the scale a little bit,” says Laura Tulley, a 26-year-old Toronto-based publicist. Tulley dated a guy who lived with his parents and carried a lot of debt; but he continued to spend on eating out and drinking.“It was always in the back of my mind as something that would be an issue. ” It’s totally normal to feel like you want to step on the brakes and proceed with caution.