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I made the decision to reboot my career, and it also meant pressing the "restart" button on my salary. And when I started seeing someone who made significantly more money than me, I was forced to confront an awkward dilemma: How do you deal when your date is rolling in dough and all rolling in is depressing bank statements?

In a matter of months, I went from bougie to broke. No one likes to talk about it, but money plays a huge role in romance. It’s a hard subject to broach, especially when you first begin seeing someone.

My friend is one of many men I’ve encountered who thinks a woman won’t date them because they’re not rich.

In their minds, not being wealthy means they’re “broke,” which just isn’t the case.

But before dismissing your broke boyfriend, maybe you should try analysing the situation first since it might save you from regretting 10 years down the line Being broke isn’t a crime. You also want to double check if you are okay with giving him money and sharing your things.

But before dismissing that broke boy, here are some factors to consider first: Your own finances: First you have to be sure that you can handle an extra cost in your finances.

You know, stable employment, a kind and generous heart, someone who is funny, intelligent, consistent and faithful, etc. She wants a dude who has it all together.” Whenever my friend gets in this mode—which I still have yet to determine if jealousy or a self-esteem issue is the culprit—I cringe.

Then he went into self-deprecating mode: “See, that woman right there [insert random acquaintance he knows] is my type of woman. It’s like a combination of complaining, not being confident enough in what he brings to the table and judging women based on their preferences equate to this annoyance of a concoction. In other words, he counts himself out of the race for her heart before the “Go! Each and every time I ask him to elaborate on why he feels this way, it all goes back to how she looks, how she dresses and the life that she appears to live from the outside looking in.

Men feel the pressure to earn more, pay more, treat more in dates and in relationships. They practically tell it to your face that yeah, I can buy an awful lot of expensive stuff, can you? Ladies, you don’t have to rub salt in the wounds of your man’s already deflated ego. Maybe you need not focus so much on his finances – unless of course he’s practically free-loading.

You can't go wrong by going Dutch — what could be more fair than each person paying their own way?

And thanks to feminism, it's also chill if a lady offers to cover the bill for sushi and sake.

Granted, gold-diggers do exist, but every woman who does not desire to “struggle” with a man does not fit into that category. I’m smart enough to know that your intelligence, connections and work ethic—not the type of work that you do—is what truly leads to wealth and success.

But it seems like a growing number of men, hell people, don’t seem to know the difference.