We’ve enjoyed each other immensely for the last 9 months…until she decided to return to school to get an advanced degree.Anyway, out of the blue she tells me that she's really having money problems and blah blah blah....Before I get flamed for this post, I want to make it clear I'm not considering this. Legally speaking, YOU own the house and mortgage, or SHE owns the house and mortgage. I just love these idiots who buy a chick a fancy suite and first-class ticket to Vegas with the understanding that she’ll “make it worth his while” once they get there.
Which is kind of relevant if this girl is from Peru.I caution against it because both men and women are legally unprotected and financially vulnerable. Is it ok for her to buy him expensive gifts, take him on trips, etc? When their lives are closely examined, one will remember how emotionally supportive a man or woman has been as opposed to an item, which as probably depreciated in value. S&LF: If a man asks a woman he’s dating for money, and she says no, is there any hope the relationship can survive? If they are low, then the man believes that he does not need to honor her request; and the woman believes that, to her own peril, it is her duty to support, rather than encourage a man.S&LF: If a man asks you for money, what is the best way to explain to him that you don’t want to give him money? Mature women do not admire men who beg them for money.I’ve been reading your blog weekly for almost 6 months, and have been many of your past archives.I’ve not seen this question answered before, so here goes: Where do you draw the line when your girlfriend asks for money?