You are offered a large amount of money to leave your spouse and not return, what do you do?
I think your question has too many open variables. Who is offering the money, if it is my spouse then hell yah...see you later, obviously they are trying to get out. If it someone who has been eyeing my spouse. hell no, I love her and would never leave. If it is a relative of mine or hers, I would tell them to stay out of our lives, and tell her exactly what happened....Now, if I didn't love my spouse then there would be no contest...If you are asking for advice, the fact that you are asking for advice tells me you are considering it, and you should leave and give half the money to your spouse, unless he is a lying, cheating, B*$#*&d...
O my goodness no! What kind of question is this? Don't marriage vows hold any importance anymore? To break such a union for money, which will never bring happiness?
Lol this is such a good theme for a movie...Ouch! well if this were me I would throw up the deuces and peace sign simultaneously and keep it moving. Nothing or no one is worth you being unhappy or going insane over especially if you're not the problem!
There isn't an amount big enough to cause me to go back on my oath of "Till death do you part."
I only have one question. How much money? LMBO
Well, if it's me, I'd just tell the guy, "We (me and my wife) can earn it."
What's the use of money without my wife in it?
@stigma31 - Just because one is asking a question, doesn't mean that this applies to them or that they are thinking it. I am not, nor have I ever been in this situation ans if I were, I would tell that person to take a hike. I do believe in "until death do us part" and take my vows seriously. There are certain things as affairs that might end it, but even then, not sure as we all are human and make mistakes. But, I do know o individuals who have been in this situation and have taken the bait, jumping from a frying pan to the fire.
@emily sparks, hope I did not offend by the question, I to believe the same, but with so much divorce, I wonder why people marry in the first place, love is not a feeling, but a commitment and money can't by happiness at all.
gosh...no. Money vs the love of my life??? Never. I say Take your money and put it where the moon don't shine!
I really think what you're asking here is; 'do you truly love your spouse?'. I do love my spouse and no amount of money could talk me into leaving him for good.
However, if asked exactly like that; I may leave my spouse temporarily and have him follow close behind--- that wouldn't be me returning to him would it?
They say money can't buy you love. In this scenario money wouldn't persuade me to leave my love.
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