Dating poor economy
Dating poor economy - dating scammer elena sidorova
Does he even know you’re having these kinds of worries?
The worst part is I’m not sure I have faith in his professional money-making abilities.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want him to support me.
I simply would like my life partner to be able to pull his own weight and possibly “carry” me temporarily should I need it — and I would do the same for him. Is he pushing you to make a decision about tying the knot?
I’m 28 and have been dating my 34-year-old boyfriend for almost two years.
This relationship was “hot and heavy” from the get-go because our personalities really clicked and he is the first man I have ever loved.
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from Brooklyn, NY for suggesting this week’s topic: Online dating, once a fringe and stigmatized activity, is now over a billion industry.You may decide that having a husband who has strong earning potential and is able to “carry you temporarily should you need it” is top of the list, which is fine, and your prerogative, of course, but what happens if you’re wrong about his earning potential?What happens if the guy loses his job, blows through his savings, and doesn’t have the income to support you the way you’d like to be supported?Bottom line, I don’t feel safe financially with him, but I do love him. I guess I’m a little confused about why you have a sudden need to make this either-or decision.Should I marry him (and carry all the financial responsibility) or break up with him (and risk never finding another man who loves me as much)? Can’t you just enjoy your relationship without worrying right now about whether to marry or break up?By the same token, what happens if you’re wrong about your current boyfriend and he actually has far more potential that you’re giving him credit for?