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There's a chance he may just be keeping you around to quell his loneliness.“If he tells you this once, listen to it,” says Safran.
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“You've become Default Girl.”If you can tell that you're his only source of activity, consider that a bad sign.It's easy to fall into a relationship with someone who may not be in it (or into you) for the right reasons. Or, in this case, maybe your dude just has no one else to turn to.If you suspect that you might just be a time-filler for the guy you're currently seeing, your intuition may be trying to tell you something.This is how I like to think life looks for women who sign up to sugar daddy dating sites, and this is the image that came to mind while I was reading one of those tell-all style, “I’m financing my life by dating rich dudes,” articles this week.According to the woman in the article, Rose Clifford, she’s earning more than ,800 a year by going on dates with CEOs, directors, and other high-flying, career oriented and terribly lonely kinds of guys.“Each time we met he gave me 0 and if I ever needed money whilst he was away he would transfer me 5,” she says of one of her regulars.“Usually men offer 0 to 0 per date,” — BUT, get this — “I’ve had offers of .50 before.” That’s not even worth the makeup you’d put on.