Confessions from a Wing Girl #12: "Do Money, Social Status and Possessions Matter To Women?"

Each week, THE FIVE-STIR brings you "Confessions from a Wing Girl," from Marni Kinrys--a woman who puts her insider knowledge to good use for the betterment of all men by telling them what women REALLY want, not what they say they want.

Marni has worked with 100's of thousands of men all over the world to help them understand women so they can attract, date, seduce and get any woman they want without being a jerk. Her method, The Wing Girl Method, is based on the key principle of "You gotta turn yourself on first before any woman will ever be attracted to you". For more about Marni, click here.

Here is Confessions from a Wing Girl #12: "Do Money, Social Status and Possessions Matter To Women?"



Do money, social status and possessions matter to women. 

I always feel insecure if I meet a girl who has accomplished more than me or has a better job.

So, am I right or not?





No it does not matter to most women.  

What matters is when YOU let it affect YOU.  When YOU get self conscious about it.   

Women are not bothered until you voice that you are bothered by your money, social status or possessions. If you are a negative, freeloading bum who complains about where he is in life but does not to change the situation then no women will find you attractive, at least not long term attractive.

But if you are positive about who you are, your job and what you have, then she will be too.   As long as you are always remain true to who you are and strive for greatness, she will be happy. If not then you have to evaluate the person you are with. 

Women want to know that they have a partner and that their partner is proactive about making a great life with and for her.  That does not mean yachts and partying at clubs. It means character, support and love. 

For those women that you date who you feel are more accomplished remember that you also have areas that you are accomplished in that she may not be.  Never feel below another person. Learn to respect and acknowledge what you and others have achieved.


 Interested in more "Confessions from a Wing Girl?" Check out Confessions #1Confessions #2Confessions #3 and more.

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