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  • On Thu, 19 Mar 2015, 1:21pm PDT in The Night My Husband Revealed To Me His Double Life, YesYNot said:

    If your goal is to go to Australia as a financially independent guy, then I'd agree. That would be a tall order finding someone with the same resources and dream.

    If all you want a woman for is candlelight dinners and sex, then I'd agree too. Just pay for the whores.

    If you want a meaningful relationship with a woman, the only thing standing in your way is your attitude. You may have some other obstacles, but those are probably surmountable.

  • On Thu, 19 Mar 2015, 12:06pm PDT in The Night My Husband Revealed To Me His Double Life, YesYNot said:

    Rin says

    Read my piece on the age of 29 and the fact that women, on the whole, don't change much, upon hitting 30.

    And what makes you think that those professional women aren't a bunch of control freaks either? The expression, *my money is my money and your money is my money*, is more common than you think.

    I read your hypothesis on women changing after 30, and don't think you have much data regarding that. Even if you are right, you could go find a 25 yr old, or find a 30 yr old who shares many of the same thoughts, hobbies, and goals as you. You don't have to go through the formative years together so much as find someone who is sympatico and start growing together. When people get much older, they stop changing, and perhaps get more like themselves as they stop trying to mask their personality.

    I don't really understand your complaint about professional women. Are they more likely to be control freaks then successful men? If you don't want a control freak, find a laid back professional woman. They are out there.

    My wife and I have our own money pools and a shared pool. What would be considered hers on divorce is a matter of state law and a prenup. It's not too hard to figure that out, though. I'm pretty sure that most states assume that the money made during marriage is joint property. However, the money made before marriage or inherited does not become joint property unless it is commingled. If you want to spell that out, then see a lawyer and get a prenup.

  • On Thu, 19 Mar 2015, 11:16am PDT in The Night My Husband Revealed To Me His Double Life, YesYNot said:

    There is a huge straw man in the room. Rin and some others put forth the idea of a woman who shops and screws off all day while he works. He could date a professional woman (doctor, lawyer, etc., not prostitute) too if he lost the crappy misogynistic attitude. He'd have to be wary of gold diggers considering he has a nest egg, but that is not too difficult.

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