Affluent/educated parents out there, what dating, relationship, & marriage advice would you give to
your children? Would you always advise them to only date, enter into a relationship with, &/or marry a person of the same or higher educational & socioeconomic background? Would you further advice that it would be a grave mistake to even consider dating, entering into a relationship with, &/or marry a person of with less education or a lower socioeconomic background?
Affluent/educated parents are smart & savvy. They know the importance of smart dating, relating, & mating. They know that dating, relating, & mating are businesses. They impart to their children the importance of dating, relating, &/or marrying persons of similar &/or better socioeconomic & educational backgrounds. They furthermore realize that people w/similar & better backgrounds will have more of commonality. Furthermore people of similar &/or better backgrounds can help each other advance educationally & career-wise as a result of their educational & socioeconomic background.
Affluent/educated parents realize that it is detrimental, even destructive for their children to date, relate, &/or marry someone of a lower educational & socioeconomic background. They know that if their children enter into such relationships, their futures would be imperiled as those from lower educational & socioeconomic backgrounds would influence them not to have high educational & socioeconomic goals. They feel that their less educated & poorer dates, companions, significant others & spouses would tell them to settle for educational & socioeconomic crumbs. They also contend that the latter will be jealous of their children & will use all types of sabotage to bring their children to the latter's lower class lifestyle. In essence, nothing good will ever come out of their children dating, relating, &/or marrying people from a lower educational & socioeconomic background.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 years ago
As a parent, if your teenage daughter wanted to date a boy from a poorer background, would youforbid it? The premise here is that boys from poorer backgrounds have absolutely nothing to offer girls from more affluent backgrounds. In essence, it would be a losing battle to say the...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 18 months ago
middle, upper middle, and upper class parents wouldn't think of doing to their children in terms of their children's socioeconomic success, education, and future achievement?
by Hobert19 4 years ago
Would you date a homeless person with addictions?
by dashingscorpio 8 years ago
When dating do you believe there is real difference between being shallow and having preferences?If a man refuses to date women who are overweight and a woman refuses to date men who are shorter than her would you consider them to be shallow? or Would you view it as having specific preferences?...
by Elena 8 years ago
What rules would you have for anyone (of age) dating your daughter?
by StrictlyQuotes 2 years ago
How to tell your parents you're dating a much older woman or man?When there's a HUGE age gap but it's time to introduce your new boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents. I think you should probably warn them beforehand? Any ideas about this topic?
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