Who Pays On The First Date
I’m back this week with another fun and light-hearted conversation with my bestie Jamie McKeowen, and this time we’re talking about who pays on a first date. In this era of modern feminism, there are a lot of questions surrounding etiquette on dating, and this of course includes who pays on the first date. We talk about experiences in our dating lives, feminine and masculine energies, investigating your negotiables, and taking a look at your dating deal-breakers.
This episode is a good example of why it’s so important to clean up your money story, and that your dating life involves more than just being on the apps and going on dates. In order to find your ideal person, it is important to really heal your heart and fall in love with you before you can find someone better. These are the results for my clients who purchase my course, Stop Wanting Him Back and Find Someone Better. And if you’re really looking to uplevel your healing and for access to my coaching, I invite you to check out my group program by the same name. To learn more and apply, go to my website, https://clairetheheartbreakcoach.com/.
Topics In This Episode
- Is it a red flag if they don’t pay on the first date?
- When you should ask him out
- It’s ok to desire traditional roles and feminine energy
- Should you let him pay if you don’t plan on seeing him again?
- Aligning your money values
- Staying open to the possibility of what’s there
- It’s more about energy and less about money
Previous Episodes With Jamie:
- Why Is It So Hard To Find Him?
- Listener Q&A
- Why Do Men...?
- Why Can't We Be Friends?
- She Found Someone Better
- Episode, Part One: Empath-Life In Romantic Relationships
PLEASE NOTE: Claire refers to her exes and the listener’s ex as a “he,” based on her own personal experience as a heterosexual female, but this work can be applied to ANYONE going through heartbreak. ALL genders and sexual orientations are encouraged to listen and apply Claire’s tools into their own lives!
Editing and show notes by Roth Media