Wednesday , March 3 2021
Can one be really ready for a relationship or marriage in this present Day?

Dear millennial, can you really afford to be in a relationship right now? Because a lot is happening lately in relationship

You must have heard people say there’s no romance without finance, and that when you have no money, you have no honey. This is simply because deep down, most relationships are still transactional in nature.

That is to say, you stand a very high chance of getting someone to love you when you are financially OK. If you are not, all your abundance of emotions and good traits may not count for much.

Financial obligation this days is high: google

Although some social change is seemingly being orchestrated via social media discourse, it seems that it’ll take a very long while to completely [or even significantly] overhaul a belief system that has existed for a long, long time in almost every culture and nationality you can think about, although in varying degrees.

Apart from the fact that relationships are largely transactional in these parts, another truth that every guy would need to wrap their heads around is that there is no relationship that’s free.

Your love can’t live without money

Love, even in its purest, truest and most genuine form is kinda hinged on sharing and giving gifts and spending quality time on dates among other things. And there is no way you are going to do these without spending.

Whenever the operation of money in relationships and marriages is spoken of these days, a lot of attention is paid on women and how they need to chip in more regularly and spend money on men, too.

That conversation is largely triggered by the commonness of transactional relationships as mentioned above, and the need to reduce or completely phase out its occurrences.

And you need to do so gladly, happily and freely without being asked to. Random gifts for her, especially if her love language is getting gifts; occasionally making a grand show of your love to her and basically just spoiling her as your financial strengths permit.

This is why you should consider not pursuing a relationship when you have no source of income. Really, love is quite difficult to prove when you’re very broke.

In this same vein, it should also be stated that dating within your financial bracket is a thing and every guy needs to acknowledge this. Date someone that won’t require you to over-flex your financial muscle.

You also need to date someone who strives for financial freedom and pursues financial success of her own.

Such women hardly feel entitled to your money and would relate to your money with an appreciation of your effort instead of a misplaced sense of entitlement.

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3 comments

  1. Very true. You can’t keep a relationship for long if you are broke. Infact not in this 21st century anymore. No lady wants to be associated with a broke guy. There’s no more love out of pity. Loving out of pity is the greatest mistake any woman can make.

  2. Not everyone is in relationship because of money even though money is important. A woman who constantly ask for money or make you overstretch knowing fully well you may not afford it at that time it simply means she really don’t love you or she thinks its entirely your responsiblity to prove your love that way.

    Your ability to communitcate your finiacial strenght /weekness matters in a relationship. Don’t place the value on relationship on money and gifts you might end up losing her for someone with the higher price.

    Meanwhile other things also affects the heakth of a relationship. If not tackle on time may destroy the relatiomship you once cherished.

  3. Hi i am kavin, its my first time to commenting anyplace, when i read this article i thought i could
    also make comment due to this good post.

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