Would you divorce someone because they weren't making enough money?
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What Girls Said 48
no i wouldn't, because what's worse is being with someone who has no drive or motivation in life. i would want to be with someone who is educated, and works hard and wants to better themselves, because that usually translates into them being in a relatively stable financial position and just being an overall good human being, (besides maybe a few hang ups here and there). as cliché as it sounds, money is important, but it can't buy u love.
I wouldn't divorce someone if they weren't making enough money. I'd have a talk with my husband and we'd better budget our finances in accordance, or he could look for a new job; but I wouldn't put an end to my marriage just for that. Sure money helps in a relationship, but that's not what made me fall in love with him.
Ok, before you even get married, you both should know and discuss your goals in life. If your partner is already not the type of person who strives a good paid job, or has a great diploma, then you guys most likely will struggle in the future.
So this needs to be discussed beforehand. I dont believe in divorce (unless cheating or abuse happens) so if you knew about his qualifocations and future then you better stick with him
If I'm pulling my weight and they can't pull theirs - and we can't make enough to survive... we'd have to reevaluate what we're doing.
No way, that is so redundant. I would not marry someone for their money, I'd marry them because I love them and want to spend the rest of my life with them 'for better or worse'.
Why get married in the first place, if you plan on running away at the first sight of adversity?
"Sanctity of marriage" <--- LMAO.
I would not. What's much more important is what kind of person he is.
There are those who are fabulously wealthy that are absolutely insufferable. I would rather live in a dumpster with a good man than in a palace with a d*ckhead.
I honestly wouldn't, I know the type of person I 'marry' will have a lot of drive and ambition. If we ended up not making enough money I don't believe it would be for long. I would help him get back on his feet (if i'm in the right place to do so). I'll wait till we fall on better times.
No. I wouldn't marry someone in the first place who didn't have some kind of ambition, bu as long as he's a productive member of society and contributes his part to our relationship, including financially, then I really don't care what he makes.
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