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Thursday, February 2, 2023


It all began when I was fifteen and started dating a man who was twice my age.


My parents were horrified and immediately forbade me from seeing him. But I had been drawn to the idea of dating an older man, and my rebellious nature meant I wasn’t going to take no for an answer. After months of sneaking around, I eventually convinced my parents to let me date him when I turned 18.

I kept dating older men throughout my teenage years, and I soon realized why I had been so drawn to them. They were often wealthy, and I realized that I could wait for an inheritance rather than needing to work hard for my own money. I had grown up around wealthy people, but I had never been able to afford the luxury lifestyle that many of my peers enjoyed.

By the time I was 20, I had dated many wealthy men in their 40s, 50s and 60s. Many of them had children from previous relationships, and so I knew that if I stayed with them for long enough, I could inherit a large portion of their wealth. I was in it for the money, and it worked out well for me.

My friends were shocked by my choices, but I didn’t care. I knew that I was pursuing a goal, and I was willing to do whatever was necessary to achieve it. I would often joke that I was a gold digger, but I was dead serious. I had seen the immense wealth that some of my peers had inherited, and I wanted a piece of it too.


I was aware of the risks of dating older men, but I felt that it was worth it. I was careful to make sure that I was never taken advantage of, but I was also willing to take risks if it meant that I could improve my financial situation. I understood that I was a target for predators, but I also knew that I could use my charm and intelligence to protect myself.

Of course, my plan didn’t always work out. Many of the men I dated ended up marrying someone else or simply leaving me when they realized that I was only interested in them for their money. But I kept going, and eventually I was able to inherit a large sum of money from one of my partners.

Now that I am older, I can look back on my experiences and see how foolish I was. I was naive and desperate, and I was willing to do anything to make some money. I was fortunate that none of the men I dated ever mistreated me, but I understand that it could have easily gone the other way.

My advice to anyone thinking of dating an older man for financial gain is to be careful. Don’t take any risks and make sure that you’re always looking out for yourself. The financial gain may be tempting, but it’s not worth it if you end up getting hurt in the process.

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