There’s nothing wrong with a man who is all about career—but that’s not what you want.
If you are considering dating outside of the white collar spectrum, there is nothing wrong with that either—sometimes it’s good to step outside the box of familiarity.
This man won`t grow soft and flabby sitting behind a desk all day, and he won`t get a stress-related illness, or have an affair with his secretary.
And if we have children (I`m 38 and he`s 36), he won`t be too busy to spend time with his family.
You should know by the third month of dating whether this is going to be more serious or not.
A very good piece of advice is to LISTEN to what a man says within the first half-hour you meet. Men tell the truth, it’s just, that as women, we don’t listen all the time.
I ended up going to trade school and becoming a welder.
The problem is, I don't think women find blue collar guys attractive.
So begin thinking and saying that you know he’s out there, and he will come!
But, I am afraid that we may not connect and I hardly meet any, due to my line of work. Lonely Latina from Jersey Dear Lonely Latina from Jersey, To become a corporate attorney a LOT of work was required and serious commitment.
Lately, the men I have been dating don’t seem to want to commit. I am considering dating outside of the white collar world and looking into dating blue collar men.
There are people who WANT to commit, some who are not ready just yet, and some who simply WON’T.
You just have to find one who wants to take their relationship with you seriously.