They should marry for love! ... Some should anyway, just to even up the balance. Far too many penny pincher's around today who have a relationship with the persons wallet, rather than the person. It's sad.
Some women are serious about love and some are shallow. The shallow ones will live off of your money so they dont have to work. They eventually get bored with their carefree life and start spending your money on lots of shoes and purses, they will realize it isnt making the happier, so they will cheat on you. The serious ones will be with you for the love, and usually have jobs of their own to keep them busy. Also to be able to tell if you are falling for some shallow b**ch, dont get married because she made you, that is usually because she really wants to get at your money. But if the two of you want to married together then its probably more serious.
Definitely for LOVE. Getting married for money would not let you feel the sacredness of a married life and the meaning of LOVE between two persons till death do us part.
I suppose anyone has the right to marry for love or money, but I personally could only marry for love. Money doesn't really matter, whether or not the love is there. Love is important, above all!
Absolutely love. Love is the most important element why should a couple get married though money in reality also play a vital role nowadays in order to provide our physiologic needs but love should be above all
LOVE. To many people in our society are marrying for money and status and it makes me sick
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