That way we can avoid the unnecessary guessing game of whether the other person wants us only for our money. My family is wealthy. I'm not boasting but we are wealthy.
My brother is dating a middle class girl that my mother and I do not approve of. We can clearly see that she's a gold digger. He left his high school sweetheart who is also from a wealthy family to be with this middle class girl. His ex is still in love with him. She'd make a great addition to our family and I would be happy to her as my sister in law.
My brother just does not understand.
Most Helpful Guy
The trend nowadays is that people marry within their socioeconomic demographic, with the exception of many athletes who make stupid money at a young age. I imagine it does depend on how you made your money as well. Doctors are more likely to marry doctors, contrary to what athletes do.
If you were born into wealth and didn't attain it by overcoming a lesser situation through proper education, you probably haven't built the proxies to know the best ways to preserve that wealth, other than assuming normal people are gold diggers and building a moat.
She might be a gold digger, she might not be. It isn't obvious.0
Most Helpful Girl
It's better usually.0