Q. Imagine your best friend of 2 years (you both liked each other) suddenly started changing (he rarely text/call you). When asked the reason he said "I'll explain later in person, please be patient". This went on for a year of rarely talking. Next thing I meet a new guy and started dating him. I told my other friend that I wanted us to be 'friends only'. He was sad but didn't seem to mind. One year later he calls and finally confessed his secret. He's a millionaire now and he had been really busy getting rich. He also said "You're the 1st girl to know my secret and the 2nd girl to know will be my future wife". Then I told him about my feelings again and he said "Let's just be friends". Now I see him driving a Ferrari and he bought a million dollar condo with beach views. All he talks about is women, just different women he meets all the time!. How would you feel? Btw were all just 21.
A. How would I feel? Glad to be rid of such a shallow person, regardless of how much money he has.
Remember that he made the decision for you when he said that the second person would be his wife, which immediately ruled you out. When you did not know about his money, you just wanted to be friends because he totally ignored you to concentrate on something else, which could not have been nice for you. Now that you know his reason, it should not make any difference to you.
You made your decision the year before, according to your experience of being neglected and his strange behaviour. Respect yourself, stick by your values and move on with your life. Don't let the thought of his money make you superficial and shallow too, because money doesn't buy love. Move on to someone who will show you more value. Believe that you made the right decision first time round and trust your instincts. The world is not short of gold diggers, which is why he keeps talking about women constantly, because he uses his money to attract them. That really isn't the kind of person you will find agreeable, especially if you are looking for a sincere and loving man.
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