A STAY at home wife reckons women should date men who make six figure salaries and avoid seeing someone who is broke.
Leaha, 23, broke up with her partner, Alan, 24, after realising she wanted to be a housewife and only got back together with him when he adapted to her high standards.
The TikTok star, from Michigan in the US, doesn’t think it’s wrong to be a pampered partner and thinks more women should demand to be treated like a Princess.
She says: “To me money isn’t what determines if a man is high value, his generosity is.
“But women need to be honest with themselves and if a rich and generous man is what will make them happy then they should live their truth.
“Problems dating broke men come from them being too insecure or stressed out to make the relationship enjoyable.
“They often are not generous and will cause extra problems in the relationship, blame the wife or girlfriend for an unsatisfactory life, or cope with their problems in ways like cheating, substance abuse, video games, or other bummy behavior.
“They do these things instead of connecting with their girlfriend or wife or investing the time or little money they have in making her feel special with dates, gifts, flowers, or whatever her love language is, big or small.”
Leaha adds: “To avoid these problems I would advise dating a financially stable man who makes at least six figures.
“This also gives you reassurance that you are their dream girl and not someone they are settling for due to not having the recourses to obtain a higher maintenance woman.
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“However, it is important to choose a man who does not just see you as an accessory because he will not maintain attraction towards you through natural things in life like pregnancy, aging, and illness.
“This can destroy a woman’s sense of security.”
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