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Could you, would you or did you marry for money?

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2 years ago
I married for love. But i am teaching my daughter to find herself a rich man.. Bahaha

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10 months ago
And you would make her stay if he beat her black and blue and cheats on her and verbally abused her

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2 years ago
I had an opportunity to marry for money when i was in my 20’s, i cant say who the man was as he is internationally known and owns a massive company. He was about 20 years older then me, he was frank and put everything on the table in his proposal. It took me one second to turn him down, i just couldnt do it. My mother was angry with me at the time and said i was stupid for not doing it. I stand by my decision.

Another time i was offered $20000 for one night with a arab man, i also turned this down and my boyfriend at the time also said i was stupid for not doing it! Again, no regrets.

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11 months ago
Righto...

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10 months ago
Indecent proposal

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11 months ago
Given my current health it would be nice ro have some money but no i would marry for love.

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2 years ago
Not solely for money. But to be able to provide is one box that had to be ticked before I married my husband.

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2 years ago
I agree with this statement.

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11 months ago
Also agree. When choosing a partner, someone who can provide is an attractive quality. Not necessarily rich, just someone who can hold down a steady job that can meet their families’ basic financial needs if required.

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2 years ago
No, we will never be filthy rich - but I do admire my husband's strong work ethic and the fact he doesn't waste money.
I can't deny that the lack of money is a huge strain on a relationship either.

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2 years ago
I’m not married to my partner but he is very wealthy - this has added to my attraction to him to be honest BUT he also has amazing other qualities - kindness, generosity, intelligence and he is adventurous!

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2 years ago
Don’t need to, I make enough

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2 years ago
Honey steer me in the direction, I’ll google wedding dresses on the way

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2 years ago
No. Marriage means something to me. I was careful that I married a good decent person, one who worked hard and was honest. I don't think I could put that aside for money. I can earn my own money.

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2 years ago
Yes and no. I wouldn't marry a man for money but i would expect that he can hold down a job, be good with his money and have career goals. I expect these things because they are all things i do do/have myself, sharing values when it comes to finance is very important in a relationship.

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2 years ago
No i have morals i could never do that. I need to love fully and completely. Surface relationships aren't for me if anyway shape or form in my life let alone someone i signed on with for the rest of my life. It's more like a business deal than a marriage.

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2 years ago
I would if he was good looking too

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2 years ago
Me too babe. That would be a bonus 😂

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2 years ago
The reality is that even if it doesn't appeal to our morals biology affects these decisions heavily. Many women look for financial security in a partner as biology is making them seek security for raising children. Likewise men are often attracted to young females with certain physical traits as biology is telling them this is what they need in order to have the best chance for healthy offspring.

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2 years ago
No, but I wouldn't marry for poverty either.

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2 years ago
No, no and no I couldn't, wouldn't and didn't. Love all the way for me.

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2 years ago
I think I could.

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2 years ago
I didnt, And never would!! but my ex sil accused me of only being with ex for money...... same sil that borrows $$ every chance she can

Money helps I know that but when it also destroys the relationship its not worth it

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2 years ago
I'm not going to to tell you which one but YES

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2 years ago
I didn't, but if I ever get married again (if this one ends in divorce or widowness) I'd consider marrying for money. Judge away I don't care.
My dream job needs a degree, and degrees cost money and childcare.

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2 years ago
No judgement. I'd definitely consider it too 👊