How important should money be in a relationship?

  1. DavitosanX profile image73
    DavitosanXposted 7 years ago

    How important should money be in a relationship?

    Not in marriage, just a dating couple.

  2. ii3rittles profile image82
    ii3rittlesposted 7 years ago

    To a woman, money is kind of like a security. It shows her that if the relationship were to be taken to the next level, she knows you can suport her as well as a familly. In a sence it is important, but not as important as love and trust.

  3. darrylcrawford profile image68
    darrylcrawfordposted 7 years ago

    I completely agree, money is important, but not as important as love and trust coupled with passion. If the guy has a plan and it looks promising and the love is there and she believes in him that's great. However one should not look only to someone who has it together today, however if the feelings are mutual, yes but if it is not, no. Over all it is her choice.

    We are all responsible for our own decisions and our own mental, emotion constructs. If we allow others (outside forces) to make up our minds for us (all the time) we will have to sleep in the beds we made and forever hold our peace. HOWEVER in many cases it's not too late to change your mind. Unlike money, LOVE increases and multiplies each time we spend it together.

    It's true people look to money as a sense of security however the deepest sense of security is being secure spiritually, mentally, emotionally and lastly physically which money is needed for taking care of this mortal body we are housed in.
    Having wealth now and being unhappily married and not having your sanity is worse than being in love with just enough for now with a glimpse of hope about your future. And when they both love, respect and support each other, the sky is the limit. They can do anything together as a team and nothing will be impossible because of the passion that they share for one another.

    Money is important for the present and the future in a relationship but not vitally important as love and trust in a relationship for the present and the future. That's my word.

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