How can a man of high Socio-economic status honestly commit to one woman..?

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  • How can a man of high Socio-economic status honestly commit to one woman..?


Answer #1 | 26/12 2013 13:17
The guy I'm currently dating makes a hefty salary...that I don't really care about. Sure, it's nice for him but it's HIS money, his earnings and his to do what he wants with it. I earn my own money, pay my own bills and if we were to marry I would HAPPILY sign a pre-nup. The fact of the matter is...we have great conversation, a lot of similar interests and philosophies on life, great chemistry...those things mean so much more to me than socio economic status or wealth. He can support himself, I can support myself so it's a non-issue for me.
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Answer #2 | 26/12 2013 13:29
Only a shallow person would ask this question. Money should have nothing to do with commitment in a relationship.
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Answer #3 | 26/12 2013 13:29
I left a $160,000 a year job to raise a family because my husband makes far more than i do. It has nothing to do with finance, we have built a life together since we were very young. Currently pregnant with our 4th child, Bought properties together, cars, business. We are madly in love and i know he does not want anyone else and trust me i know he gets many many offers. I know he is not going anywhere. In the same sense i make sure i take care of myself and he knows i get many offers but i am not going anywhere either. Generalising people because of how much money they earn is not exactly the best way to learning to understand people. Every person is different and you cannot judge people as an entire spectrum because we are all still individuals.
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Answer #4 | 26/12 2013 15:14
You seem to equate being of a high socio-economic status with being unfamiliar with the concepts of loyalty, decency and respect. How sad for you. You seem like one of those typical examples of a person whose parents did everything in their power to set him/her up in life as far as financial security is concerned but failed to teach him/her the basics of social awareness. Maybe you can overcome these gaps in your upbringing through some counselling?
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Answer #5 | 26/12 2013 13:02
I don't understand why you apparently believe that a high income means a man can't commit. What does the one have to do with the other? Any man, no matter what his economic status is, is an individual. Some men, such as me, appreciate marriage - I've been married to my wife for 27 years. I'm not a millionaire, but if I was, the money would not magically make me want to divorce the woman who I have loved for most of my life.
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