No Space for Money in Your Love Life
We live in a male dominated society where there is a common belief that a husband’s job is to earn money and take care of financial needs of the family and the wife will take care of the home and raise children. But, nowadays we see that in many urban families both the husband and wife are working to meet the demand of their expensive lifestyles. This is fine until the husband earns more or equal to the family and household outgoings however, when the wife starts earning greater than husband this becomes a matter of concern and at times can be the reason of a relationship breaker.
So if you are an independent single women and looking for a potential partner then there are top THREE tips that you should not overlook:
1. Know what you want
The key to successful relationships is to know what you want from that relationship. Note down what are those 5 qualities you want in your future partner. One of them would definitely be, does equal or greater earning power of my partner matter to me? Or shall I be comfortable dating someone who makes less money than me but beautiful at heart?
2. Do not set unrealistic expectations
You can afford a luxurious car, a big apartment and even an exotic vacation with your friend and even shop from your favorite expensive branded store. If you think a guy who was not afford of all this will not make you happy can keep you single more than you want to. You need to see the individuality rather looking at the materialistic aspects of life.
3. Understand the level of maturity
Dating a woman who has greater career aspirations than a man in not wrong but, if you keep flaunting this it will make the man feel less worthy. If you do not to know the level of maturity of men you are dating, avoid going to too many expensive restaurants, buying expensive gifts rather let him pay for a weekend movie ticket or allow him to plan an outing and appreciate his efforts from the heart.
Comment of this article and tell us what you feel would make your man that special for you and maintaining a balance in the relationship.