Black doctor dating
Not trying to generalize all men here just a problem that I have had.So I'm a 33 year old female who thinks I might be getting to the point in my life where I'm getting ready to find someone to settle down with."That's really nice, good for her", and that's it; none of it makes you more attractive as a potential partner.Not to generalize, but you're trying to attract a man with things that women are attracted to; rarely will a man become more attracted to a woman because of how well off that she is.The main problem came about was the fact that our medical school class was majority female.When I initially pictured it in my head I thought by the time I graduated I'd end up just settling down with one of the guys from my medical school. A small minority of the guys in our class ended up settling down while the majority of them decided to take their new found doctor status as a way to get laid (I am not blaming them just saying what happened).This means the odds of you finding one are relatively low. That girl who had a baby at the age of 19 and wasnt in a trailer park, that drives home my point pretty well."Kinda stopped reading after that, so apologies if he actually started making sense again.
Now I am just trying to understand here, aren't men wary of gold diggers so wouldn't it be best to date someone that makes close to what you make?And from those guys they ted to stick exclusively with younger women.Now that I'm looking to date more seriously, it seems like finding a guy is nearly impossible.I get the whole macho must be the provider of the family but why would a guy date someone with such a huge income dispairty?Please help me figure out what I am doing wrong when it comes to dating.