Would you Date Someone who Earns Much More than You?

Would you Date Someone who Earns Much More than You?

Did you ever wonder if you would date someone who earns much more than you? Keep reading this article and find out what happens in these situations. Read on!

Did you ever wonder if you would date someone who earns much more than you? Keep reading this article and find out what happens in these situations. Read on!

Money is power, control and also freedom. Perhaps for this reason, when the economic balance brazenly tends towards one of the two members of the couple, problems usually appear, especially if it leans towards the woman's side.

72% of singles admit that they would not feel comfortable dating someone who makes more money than they do, according to a study by the dating app Badoo. For 26% of those surveyed, financial compatibility is an indicator of the success of the relationship.

Money is power, control and also freedom.

Science has been in charge of investigating this phenomenon, especially when it comes to heterosexual couples. A study conducted by the University of Bath, showed that men felt anxious if they were the sole breadwinner in the family and less stressed when their female partners contributed 40% of the household income.

But as women made more money, men felt "increasingly uncomfortable" and stressed peaking if they were the ones who supported the family.

Among the reasons for the emotional discomfort of the male gender in this situation, there are anthropological reasons and as in a traditional way, it has been assigned the role of bringing support home. A belief that the emancipation of women has not yet managed to break.

Money is a factor that adds complexity to the relationship if you cannot identify and dispel these types of thoughts.

But as women made more money, men felt "increasingly uncomfortable" and stressed peaking if they were the ones who supported the family.

In capitalist societies, money is synonymous with success. Those who live by the dictates of this system may feel slighted by someone who enjoys more zeros in their bank account.

This can trigger problems in a couple or cause a relationship to be dismissed due to large differences in the balance between personal accounts.

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