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Posted on Sat, Sep 24, 2005 14:23

Millionaire men marry with poor women?
Is possible the happy union?



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Posted on Thu, Jun 03, 2010 15:31

Are you married now?

With a rich woman or not?



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Posted on Thu, May 18, 2006 21:42

I have loved and been loved, but lack of money has been a huge problem for many reasons. I am older and wiser. I've earned every coloured grey hair!!!

I love life, and I pray to God that I find someone with whom I can enjoy the rest of mine with.

I pray it's not only possible but that it is in my future. I have so much love to give, I'm no angel, but people think I'm such a nice person - any reason to be embarrassed to repeat that? - I do want to find the man who really loves me, but I want him rich, so life isn't harder than it needs to be due to financial difficulties.

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Posted on Sun, Jan 08, 2006 23:00

The answer to your question- I would treat him the way I would want to be treated. I want to see him off to work and greet him when he comes home from work. To be fun, loving, a good listener, romantic, encouraging for him on a bad day and comforting on a gloomy day. His best friend and the one person he can count on. I want to make him laugh when he is down and sexy for him when he is feeling romantic. The best part of this is I can do this without being rich and he can accept it without paying for it.

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Posted on Sun, Jan 08, 2006 20:08

Is the union possible....well I am completely belive that if two people meet fall in love, there is nothing that can come between them, weather that is money or someone with a past, Money only makes living life on the high side easy, working hard a realationship has nothing to do with money...only the two people in the realationship.

Just my thoughts.



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Posted on Wed, Jan 04, 2006 17:14

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Millionaire men marry with poor women?
Is possible the happy union?

Of course it is !



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Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2005 16:15

HI every body im new at this im not exactily wat you would call the best thing to happen but any iway im a pretty soical person so id like to say hi to every one luv ya all bye MwAh!!! Lisa



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Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2005 08:30

Ahh a cruise sounds wonderful. But while you nice folks are on a big cruise ship on the ocean, I am in a row boat on the river...lol But that's ok. I can have just as much fun being in a country setting, tuned it with nature...Y'all should try it sometime.

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Posted on Sat, Nov 12, 2005 09:23

"Millionaire men marry with poor women?
Is possible the happy union?"

Yes, it is possible as I know 4 of them, one lives in my community and his common law wife only has a grade 10, he is my cousin uncle. They have been living together for years and they just builded a new home. The other lives in Edmonton and his wife is handicap in one foot, both are christian and a very happy couple. The 3rd one is also in Edmonton but they became millionaire working together so in my understanding they both had a millionaires heart to start with ha! My old buddy is about a shy 100 Grand from being a millionaire and just got married last year with a grade 12 lady with some computer skills as I could understand.

So keep your hopes up as long as you are willing to LOVE your husband and LISTEN to his heart and not his money, all success will come to you, what you deeply long for in your heart will get fullfilled IF you are COMPATIBLE. The real issue is not money but compatibility, can you crank up his emotion,intellect and I guess I'll add up the hormones as this goes with the package I guess ha!. Some might make it an issue for snob purpose like you have to be rich to be with them but I don't believe it is so for the majority.

BQ



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Posted on Tue, Oct 18, 2005 23:28

I consider so that to marry with wealthy man necessary perfect education and a good head..+ luck.
Americans millionaires simple and nice, Russians most of all rude andarrogant.
I would prefer American..

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 17, 2005 09:03

Hi Everyone,

Hey Miss Julia- Yeah a nice long and close hug can be more fond if you care for the person. If I just hug a person for courtesy, I give a lady a fast and soft one. If I care for her, I pull her in until her breast and mine come together firmly, hold it for a few seconds like I mean it and embrase accordingly while caressing her back with my hand. And a nice kiss to go along with it. I only kiss on the cheek though with all ladies. I have this thing about only kissing on the lips is reserved for my mate only! Chocolates my lady, lol?

Ok Travel Chick,

Cool pun sweetie! Maybe we all need to do an Alaska inner passage cruise together in the winter. I am sure there would be allot of hugging going on, lol. I might even venture to say that cuddling would happen frequently to keep warmer while out on deck, still lol. And a little hanky panky could even happen from there for some too, LMAO. Hummmm? Now you have me thinking about this, lol. Ok, group hug or personal hugs, lol. Need a hug? Give out an extra hug too! XXXOOOXXX!

Hi So Tru Red,

I agree with your post too! May I make a suggestion? Go check out the topic "Friendship " Go to the Friendship Poem by me (BlondeLightning) and see if this fits the bill for you. Hope you get a few chuckles from it also sweetie. ttyl



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Posted on Sat, Oct 08, 2005 18:47

There's a song by Marc Cohn called "True Companion". Taht's what I envision love to be- someone who is a true companion, through thick and thin, part of a team working toward the same goals. Someone who has your best interest in mind.



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Posted on Thu, Oct 06, 2005 04:20


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Hi Lucky So Lucky,

Hummmm? Now you got me thinking. Ok everyone "Group Hug & Cuddling" LMAO! Still Hummm? Alaska anyone? JK!


I'd love to do a cruise of Alaska. Itd be cool (excuse the pun).
I went on a cruise end of August, went from Marseille France, to several ports of Italy, Greece and some islands and also one port in Turkey. It was great but I just wished I went on the cruise earlier, younger crowd and probably more singles too. Didnt help that I took my mom and aunt as chaperones (long story).
But Ive run out of vacation time till end of next year and Australia is a bit far from Alaska...



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Posted on Wed, Oct 05, 2005 23:15

Hmmm,
lol...a friendships group hug, singular hug...always nice if you are fond of the person......hug are like chocolate....never enough....
Lucky



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Posted on Tue, Oct 04, 2005 16:45

Hi Lucky So Lucky,

Hummmm? Now you got me thinking. Ok everyone "Group Hug & Cuddling" LMAO! Still Hummm? Alaska anyone? JK!



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 23:58

hehe....teheheh....giggles...
friends....Alaska....cold....cuddles...
hmmmmm?

no more tropical cruises....

  


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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 13:19

Hey Sharp,

And what about you and the Cruise in February? Will you be there too with me? LMAO Lady!

Thanks Sharon! ttyl.



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 07:25


Bonnie88 write:

jointhejourney write:

Bonnie88 write:

jointhejourney write:


Should'nt your question be 'how will love enrich OUR lives'? After all a union could only happen with two or more?




Good point Sharp1.


JOurney,
you are quoting the wrong person.
Sharp and I believe however in the same views...but expressed differently. What I emphasize here though is that most people are looking for a soulmate to satisfy all their own needs and forget that it takes two to tango and to make a union work..and unfortunately schools never taught us how to evaluate our own needs versus others and what makes a good union and how to make it work..


Exactly we are not taught these things, and I doubt many people take the time to self-analyze, or consider the factors which contribute to a good union and how to sustain that union.
These things take time, but time well spent I think.



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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 00:29


jointhejourney write:

Bonnie88 write:

jointhejourney write:


Should'nt your question be 'how will love enrich OUR lives'? After all a union could only happen with two or more?




Good point Sharp1.


JOurney,
you are quoting the wrong person.
Sharp and I believe however in the same views...but expressed differently. What I emphasize here though is that most people are looking for a soulmate to satisfy all their own needs and forget that it takes two to tango and to make a union work..and unfortunately schools never taught us how to evaluate our own needs versus others and what makes a good union and how to make it work..



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 07:50


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MORGANLEFAY write:
Millionaire men marry with poor women?
Is possible the happy union?



The unions happen all the time, its the "happy" part that can be tricky. Many times one or both have "settled."

If a poor woman can enrich a wealthy man's life in ways he cannot manage by himself, the union can be very happy. Figure that part out (at any income level) and you'll be half way home.

Ditto for poor men and wealthy women.

To elaborate: I've met many women who have qualifying criteria (including minimum incomes) for men they will be interested in. When I ask them the question "how will you enrich that man's life?" very few have a meaningful answer. The answers are usually some version of "oh, I will love him very much!"

That's great, but so will a pet.

If you can answer that question in a meaningful way, mean it sincerely, and sell it to a man (sometimes you have to club us with it), and to his family and friends - you are in the game with a chance to win.



"how will you enrich that man's life?"

When a man or woman have set qualifying criteria in their mind, I can then understand someone asking your question above. Otherwise, it's not a question that should be asked. Two people should enrich each other's lives. It is done at all levels starting with even the smallest amount of chemistry. No chemistry, nothing will go further. Money, and all the material items in the world bring a level of comfort, but these things will never provide that feeling that most people yearn for. Love, which in turn provides us a degree of happiness on a different level than material items.
Two people will enrich each other's lives through intelligent enjoyable conversation, laughter, indulging together in shared interests (activities). There will be no underlying fear that if you were to introduce that person to you friends or family that they would embarrass you. You are comfortable with that person at all levels. You support each other morally, emotionally, etc., because you want to.

Qualifying criteria should be flexible, and should take into account our personal needs. One needs to know themselves well, before they can identify their own needs.

Would have helped if they told you they could cook, clean, and darn your socks? lol