I’m not looking for advice, but I just wanted to say that (as a man) you give solid advice to women.
A good female friend of mine found her fiancé as a result of reading your advice. I’m OK with not being her #1, but between her many (and growing) friends, hobbies, and endeavors, I find it increasingly difficult to spend an acceptable amount of time with her.
If so, banks are actively looking to win you as a new credit card customer by offering some unprecedented deals.
Although banks have been more careful about acquiring customers with questionable credit since the 2008 Financial Crisis, they are now fighting harder than ever to win coveted customers with great credit.
It’s all just enough to push a good, progressive guy like me towards a more traditional woman, even if she’s not as degreed or professionally successful. It’s rare when I print anything that I didn’t write myself, but this is a valuable anecdote that is more powerful than anything I could have made up myself.
And for any woman who gets her hackles up that another woman is being told to compromise because she can’t “have it all”, let’s just say that nothing would change if the genders were reversed.
This woman has a severe fear of ending up old and alone, and yet it’s not enough to make her change her behavior.
Life is about choices and I feel like an increasing number of women are lying to themselves about that reality.
When two things truly conflict you have to pick one, you just can’t have it all at the same time.
It’s not a money thing but more of a do-gooder thing to her.
In any case, she took my understanding a little for-granted and added the second day before mentioning it to me.