It might be harder if we were raised very differently.
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Also my family is more wealthy than J's while in my parents' case, my mother was poor while my father wasn't. He doesn't mind that I can outsmart him in books and intellectual topics and has even told me on many different occasions that he has never been in a relationship with a career-oriented woman. There are a lot of times in my life, I have felt like a big giant loser.
You sound pretty impressive, and so does your ex boyfriend J. My major in UCLA is art history which is pretty much useless in real world.
in fact, he pretty much told her to stop hanging out with me (and we were good friends too) if she wanted to stay together with him.
when i asked her about it once, she says that at work she is hard as nails and tough, and when she comes home, she just likes someone else to be in control.
imho, and generally, woman are very concerned about social status, "compatibility".
i think it happens all the time with online dating sites, you pretty much can tell one's social-economic background by their pics and what they write. i had a friend who was a prosecutor and she was cute, very personable, maybe just a little bit too much junk in the truck but some guys like that.He's probably more useful.a woman from an affluent background with a lower class fella?never seen it as a serious relationship but have as an ons.I always think there is a fantasy world and there is reality world. How many people can even put food on the table for their families being a professional yet not world class swimmer? It may or may not work out in the long run, but I am used to certain life style and it is kind of hard to change to be completely honest.Almost all my exes made six figure income, they were pretty much all white collar professionals, but I think my most relaxing exciting real relationship is with a construction worker. Maybe everybody deep down is just a scared little kid who is looking for stability. Maybe in time, you will have everything figured out.. I have a masters degree and my husband has a two year tech degree; he is blue collar and I am a professional. Neither of us come from affluent backgrounds; frankly you can say we both had humble beginnings, and that probably helps.But in order to "survive" or have decent income, I am part of my family business.