Dating who should pay
However, regardless of the country, the language spoken, or the customs, my answer is universal.
So with that in mind, I’d love to definitively answer the question once and for all—and as promised, I want to help set up both women and men so they can actually win.In any event, it’s factors like these and many more that add up to a lot of confusion and this gray area.Let’s Clear Up Some Confusion As a relationship coach who works with clients all over the world, I’m frequently asked about who should pay on a date.Those who seem less than grateful or have an attitude of entitlement should realize how distasteful that is and not be surprised when a good man finds it to be a deal-breaker.Here’s How You Both Benefit By understanding the underlying energetic laws that are in play whenever two people meet for a date, you must understand that polarity is everything.A Man Only Has Two Gifts When it comes down to understanding the Laws of Polarity, masculine energy only has two gifts to offer the feminine. In order for feminine energy to relax into a relationship and let her guard down, she absolutely must feel “safe” and if she doesn’t, it’s game over.
In order to feel safe, she probably has to be in the company of a man who is confident, relaxed and grounded.
Now, before I explain exactly why this is a problem—and how we can shift that dynamic for the benefit of both parties—I want to examine the big picture on this issue and hopefully contribute to a useful dialogue on the topic. If 32 percent of men are letting women pick up the tab, I suspect there are several contributing factors beyond just players and lonely women.
For some, it’s an economic issue—especially for men rebuilding financially after a divorce.
This topic always stirs up great conversation (and surprising controversy! Relationship expert Dave Elliott believes it is the men who should take care of the check, and below are his reasons why. Recently, the advertising agency, Leo Burnett, conducted an exhaustive study on the state of relationships today and one of the items caught my eye.
According to the study, only 68 percent of men treat on the first date.
Ideally, that means the man is in his masculine energy as the pursuer or hunter while the feminine is pursued and feels desired.