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I think that anyone who judges you purely on how much money you make is very shallow and not worth your time. If you are self sufficient, then you should not be dissuaded from dating.

But if you are not, then many women will judge you from the start, and that is almost impossible hurdle to overcome.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I've read through some of the postings on this forum and am surprised by some of the good advice found here. I have a nice part time job that I like but pays like crappola. My question is should I just forget about trying to find somebody until I can get my finances in order?

I get other rewards from it besides financial - like working with kids with autism and helping them grow as people. When I think back to relationships I had during that time I feel like they were prefaced by having money and all the things that money can bring. Having money allows you to do a lot of things, obviously, and I rarely turn down money. What bothers me about that is I would much rather find somebody while poor and then make my money.

Unless you are living with your parents I don't see the issue a date would have. Retirement savings, plans for such, should also be a priority I would hope. For me, it wouldn't be a matter of how much money a man had, but what said man does with his money.