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Monday, June 2, 2014

Motivation Monday: Thou Shalt Get Her Own Money

This week's post is going to be both an inspirational post and a mini-rant just because I'm so mad at how some girls act these days! Have you ever come across a girl who said "...But he's rich!" one too many times? Cause I sure have. It's annoying how much of a common problem this has become in society to see a girl dating/marrying a guy because he has money. Honestly, I see no difference between a girl who marries rich and a prostitute. Period. I don't respect these girls nor do I see them as educated, strong individuals.

I don't know, maybe I was raised differently but I always believed that a girl is just as capable as making money as a guy does. I just don't understand why someone would want to rely on a guy to pay her bills when she can work hard and have just as much money (or more) on her own! It's just so much more rewarding!

It's funny because many years ago, my Father was talking to me about this problem occurring in Istanbul (in case you didn't know my parents are from Turkey!) and gave me some valuable advice that still echoes in my head to this day. He said: "Don't get married young like these Turkish girls. You're smarter than that. Go to college, get an apartment, learn how to pay bills, and enjoy life. Most importantly start your career. Make sure that you become an I before a We."

At the time, I didn't think anything of it but I realized as I got older that I was slowly becoming this women that he was talking about. I became obsessed with the idea of becoming a women who does everything on her own and doesn't depend on anyone else besides herself. Besides I'm a 100% sure that a guy would respect a girl so much more if he saw her working hard and not depending on him for everything. It's just so much more attractive to see a goal-oriented woman than one who waits around for a man to do everything for her. 

What do you think about this problem? Is it okay for a guy to pay for a girl's finances? Let me know below!

Until next time lovelies,


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