Naturally, a couple that cohabitates will have to find out what financial situation works best for him. I don’t think any relationship should be contingent upon a financial quid pro quo. However, I would consider a man unwilling to help financially as a red flag. I would also see it as a red flag if a woman wanted money but wasn’t financially invested in the relationship herself. It has to be mutual. But my issue is that when women talk about what they want or expect financially, they are called golddiggers. How can we ever negotiate what works best for us if a woman wanting something is seen as taboo. But yea, I do understand that everyone dates differently and I respect that. Thanks for reading by the way.

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