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Yes! And marry one too. I believe that anyone who makes finances a deciding factor in a relationship is setting themselves, their partner, or both up for a lot of heartache. While it's good to know that someone has enough money to support a family, anyone who goes beyond that and writes anyone off who can't buy them fancy dinners, expensive jewelry, etc. is obviously not concerned about who the person they're dating really is.
I have to agree with wychic, oh wait, I was the poor man. I still am sometimes. You will find that if your character is where it aught to be and your work ethic or that of your significant other is what it aught to be then life will be bearable and even acceptable eventually.
It depends on why they are poor. If they have an addiction or refuse to work a real job then I would have to say NO! If he is giving his best then yes. I believe a man is suppose to be a leader in a christian relationship and if he is trying his best to make the best then I know that is the kind of man I could be with. I am not looking for a relationship where I can play mommy to a grown man.
by maja blanca17 months ago
Is it ok that your just a poor man??
by Iliza611 months ago
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by ngureco8 years ago
What’s wrong with dying a poor man or woman?
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