Where men take delight in picking up dinners and vacations for their lower-earning spouses, women become resentful that their spouses can’t carry their weight.Which is pretty silly when you are a millionaire with the means to do whatever you want.Which is why those men don’t stay on the market very long. I spent 18 years married to a man who struggled with my career and the time I needed to spend to achieve my goals and maintain our lifestyle.So while I really don’t judge anybody’s life choices – whatever makes you happy – I do find it curious that men are so much more willing to spend their money on partners and take the risk of getting hurt. What was ironic is that he was in the same professional sector and had to work as hard as I did, yet I was expected to “understand” his commitments.
Yet to 83% of divorced millionaire men, the risk IS worth it.“It’s much harder for divorced males to be alone than females,” says Fran Walfish, a psychotherapist in Beverly Hills, Calif.Unlike men, she says, “a woman’s ego cannot bear to tolerate a man using her for her money. He’s in the medical field and enjoys helping his patients.
: My boyfriend and I have been together for two years, and he is loving, caring, and dedicated.
All that matters is how she makes him feel: appreciated, accepted, adored.