Blue collar dating dating a guy out of my league
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.
However, an effect of this is that some of our college-educated brothers have forgotten that their college-educated sisters are prizes as well.
College educated black men have been told time and time again that they are a rarity, a downright anomaly in our communities. Having a college education is a wonderful thing but it is a piece of the puzzle.
So, open your heart, open your mind, open your horizons and begin to tell yourself that you are deserving of a good man who wants to truly commit to you.
You just have to find one who wants to take their relationship with you seriously.This harkens back to a scene from the first episode of this season of “Being Mary Jane”.Mary Jane was talking to her brother, PJ, about her ex, David, and his “bitchmade” ways.I have a feeling that you just need to spread your wings, and try some new places, different surroundings, and just be open to the possibilities.
Most men will let you know right away if they are looking for something serious or not.
In my own life, as a singer & radio personality, I have found it to be a VERY good thing to date those outside of the sometimes messy music industry.