"An upper class person dating someone more blue collar might experience guilt or resentment."You might remember the Sex and the City episode when Miranda first starting dating Steve.
As a successful lawyer, she had no problem picking up the check or splurging for a new suit so Steve could better fit in at her office mixer.
So how does a man cope with a girlfriend who makes more money than him?But you're smitten with one another and want to make it work.Can you successfully date someone outside your social class?He is from a wealthy family and you come from the other side of the tracks.Although it was unlikely the two of you would end up dating, sparks flew and the rest is history.Sounds lame, but one of my favorite movies happened to be on, and it raised a very interesting question I want to ask all of you.The movie was Coming to America, the Eddie Murphy classic about an African prince who moves to Queens and pretends to be a goat herder in order to find a woman loves him for the right reasons.And, if so, what are some of the challenges you should expect to face?We asked Scott Alden, dating expert from How About "Someone from a lower class dating an upper class person might experience embarrassment, feelings of inadequacy or even anger toward their partner," he says. Could dating someone outside your 'class' work?By Marianne Beach, Gal You come from two different worlds. Blue collar, white collar--lower class, upper class--whatever you want to call it.