So many beautiful relationships have ended on grounds of financial instability on either two parties or the other party. Even in qualities of a partner, you find that, some people have written that they need a rich guy or woman.
Truth be told, money is important in a relationship at whatever level. Whether you’re dating or married.
It eases a lot of things keeping other factors constant. Your partner has needs and they just won’t rely on counsel all the time. Some times you have to dig in your pocket and be financially supportive. Obviously, the first months or years of the relationship, it may seem fine for them not to receive help from you but as time goes on, this must change.
So what does this mean? Is it that if you can’t provide financially, you avoid relationships? A very big yes especially if you are just starting your life, because this means the money you are supposed to use to make your life better, is going to divert. If it won’t be too much, you can start dating after you’re sure you can put something on table.
Unless your purpose of dating is different, but if indeed your purpose is to get married to that person,then you have to provide for them. This is not one way by the way.
We are past the time where ladies are on receiving end only. A relationship is made of two people, so these two people must both put invest in it if their intention is for it to work anyway.
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