Dating a poor girlfirend
These revelations come from researcher Sonya Britt, the school’s assistant professor of family studies and human services, who conducted a study on 4,500 couples as part of the National Survey of Families and Households.
I am basically her only friend and I am as broke as a church mouse, and I am lonely and miserable, so where is she getting her scientific empirical hard evidence from.
And surprisingly, Britt’s findings also showed that it doesn’t matter how much money couples make; the results stayed the same across the board.
“In the study, we controlled for income, debt, and net worth,” Britt noted in a press release.
However, some of the biggest financial red flags aren’t always apparent until you actually get married, combine your finances, and merge your lives into one.
That’s why it’s important to gauge your partner’s financial intelligence Fortunately, there are some red flags you can see a mile away if you’re actively looking for them.
Through Awesome Revolution, I have interviewed at least 4 Millennials that got married at the age of 22. I love Kim, but there is absolutely no way I would get married to her right now. After all, I have been in many previous relationships where I fell out of love with my partner. I searched on the blogosphere and a ton of people have written posts about “how to know if she’s the one.” All of them gave crappy, sappy advice like “You know she’s the one when the first thing you think of in the morning is her,” or “No one can tell you if she’s the one; you just know.” Lame I say.