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Thread: How do I go about Finding a rich older man to have a relationship with me?? HELP

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    You better be drop dead gorgeous if you're going to be digging for gold. You have to bring a lot to the table. The rich guy needs to be able to "justify" blowing a lot of money on you and supporting you. Just being able to have interesting conversations is not enough. You need to be conventionally, drop-dead gorgeous and you also should be ready to bear his children. At 29, you may be considered "too old" for some of these guys.

    Sorry to be a bit harsh and blunt, but that's the truth.

    If you are on the spectrum, I echo what Sera said - can you get on disability? I have folks on the spectrum in my family and there are MANY resources out there to help people and their families. You don't have to struggle alone. You don't have to troll yourself out to find some rich geezer. If you are having trouble managing your own life, you can and should get help that is out there for you. The answer is not to find a man to tie yourself to.

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    Follow the money trail. Where are you at life? Succeed in your own right. Have a great job, ascend, succeed and go where all the high income earners are. That's how you rise into their society and it's the social circle you will be mingling with.

    Join clubs whether it's through sports or special interests activities. Volunteer in the community and do good charitable works. You have to put yourself out there to meet the right type of people.

    Also, make yourself attractive. Workout, watch what you eat, immerse yourself in intellectual pursuits, have hobbies, boost your self confidence and be independent. Be your own person and on the fast track in life. That's what I did.

    I'm not a gold digger. However, I hail from an unfortunate background and married up by moving up in the world through work. Eventually, I began associating where the winners were. I wouldn't say it was my original plan at the time but it ended up happening that way. Birds of a feather flock together.

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    Originally Posted by mej210390
    I'm 29 year old women, seeking a man no younger than 39 years old possibly additional 10 years on that. I'm not very well off and I believe having the extra income from a man would benefit me in life for various reasons. I would love someone to lead me in life and as a result having a man at least 10 years on me, if not an additional 10 years on that because of that gap believe that has more life experience ahead of me so he can lead me to new experiences, I've never had a bf before, how about's do I go about getting one of this criteria.

    Ps. I am Autistic, have trouble looking after myself, with communication even (sometimes). I have lots of interests from animals, to current world affairs to politics, to culture to alsorts of interesting things to talk about, help????
    Posting but haven't read any other replies so sorry if this has already been mentioned.

    Believe it or not: There are online dating sites that cater to the sugar baby/sugar daddy dynamic. I suggest you google using those terms and put the word "forums" after it and you will find a site.

    Be cautious and always meet any date/meetup in a public place until you really get to know him.

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    So, in other words, your primary goal is to use this man for his money. That, IMO, is so wrong. Did you try to get disability? Where's your self-respect?

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    I didn't have a girlfriend until I was 27, and then after that hadn't had one until this month and I'm 35. You shouldn't put arbitrary limits on yourself, and finding a 39 year old boyfriend is probably not going to be any easier than finding one who is your age.

    Struggling with life and finances I also don't think what you are seeking is the best solution to those problems. Do you have any kind of support system? Friends and family?

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    Having a disability doesn't give you the right to use people for money. Your quest for a sugar daddy won't be filled here as this is not a sugar daddy dating or escort service site.
    Originally Posted by mej210390
    I also feel like older man will treat me better and like a barbie doll/princess/something special that's the reason behind wanting an older man too, I can't find any men out there?

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    Well the men on the Sugar Daddy sites WILL be very happy to, at the very least, look after her financially if she floats someone's boat. He, like on any site will have to be attracted to her and she will have to be willing and able.

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    Maybe try finding friends first. Relationships need to happen naturally.

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