Dating divorcees children
“It’s much harder for divorced males to be alone than females,” says Fran Walfish, a psychotherapist in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Unlike men, she says, “a woman’s ego cannot bear to tolerate a man using her for her money.
My 67-year-old mom – who I recently visited with my family – has absolutely no desire to date, despite the profession of her son.
She likes her friends, her card games, her home improvement projects, her grandkids, her dinner parties, her travel, etc. But, in a rare moment of candor, she confesses to me that she’s lonely, and I continue to wonder why she chooses solitude over partnership.
Where men take delight in picking up dinners and vacations for their lower-earning spouses, women become resentful that their spouses can’t carry their weight.
That’s a huge disparity, and while the gap is a little surprising, the findings are not.
Thus, their target market remains women, 27-34 – who may not be ready to settle down quite yet.
These women still have money to make, places to travel and oats to sow.
All that matters is how she makes him feel: appreciated, accepted, adored.
Female millionaires – despite being equal to their male counterparts – have a huge block against dating a man with less money.