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I have been thinking about this topic for years and I am probably only being this honest about it because I am "braver" on the internet than in person (yes, shocking I know 😂)
So the question is this
Can most relationships make it if the woman makes more money or has more financial earning potential than a man / male partner? (not a "sugar mama" relationship either, btw 🤣)
I am a woman and have made a decent income but also been dead broke so I try to see both sides because we all know life can be very unpredictable 🙃
On my last 2 relationships, my BFs made less money than I did (by ALOT both times). I don't usually ask about a person's financial status so I did not really know what either of these men made until we had been dating for a while. Then what do you say to a person? "Oh you make THAT much" "bye bye"
I am in the USA so I feel like there is pressure on men to be higher income earners. Both times in my case the guys love it - then resent it
Example: One of my work friends took me and my ex BF out to dinner for my birthday (fancy pants restaurant, super pricey / expensive) . My EX BF wanted to impress the table so he "grabs the check from my work friend"TRIED to pay, then had to ask me for money when he saw the bill (my work friend paid it but - AWKWARD 😳 MOMENT) Then afterwards my EX BF was irritated with the entire evening, like "that place was too expensive" complaining etc etc
WTH!?!? We were guests - NOBODY asked him to try and loo like a "bigshot" and pay the bill - especially when he KNOWS he has a low paying job.
Personally I am fine to take care of myself as I have been doing my entire adult life and I can support my lifestyle
I am trying to understand if this is a fundamental Man / Woman thing - or just the last couple of men I dated. I feel like a "relationship" takes teamwork and both partners living up to (or trying to) their best potential as human beings (that is not always financial) and we are supposed to help each other.
However, If we are going to compete - please tell me now so I can lace up my shoes and run faster 😘