Dating money issues
She brought up the topic of money within weeks of meeting Bob after she realized her dating relationship was developing into a long-term relationship. Studies show that when it comes to money, men and women often have different views. They like to save for emergencies and become worried when financial problems arise. It is fine to disagree on some issues, but don't let them get in the way of your overall goals as a couple. Once you become a committed couple, it is important to work together to come up with general spending rules or limits. For instance, you can agree on a threshold amount (like 0, 0), which you can spend without needing to report or consult one another. It’s always difficult to discuss finances and share money in relationships. I recently stumbled upon this blog like I stumbled upon yours.Men take more risks with money and see money issues as a threat to their self esteem. Above that, you need to discuss it before the item is purchased. I think they offer some good points and laughter about the topic: Thanks for the post! my name is Kate, i have been married to my husband for the past 4years, just 2months ago he left me for another woman.Although this is a redundant subject, I would say that you should say something. Are you then also paying for things when you are at his place such as meals, groceries, entertainment, etc.? I would guess that those things probably cost about the same as your gas/travel costs to some degree.It sounds rather materialistic and/or uncomfortable to talk about, but if you like the guy and he likes you then there should be enough openness to discuss this subject. You are the one that has made it too easy for him and then got pissed off because he accepted your conditions.Would you expect him to drive and then pay for a night out to dinner too? Long distance relationships are tough enough as it is. If she was like a sister and did favors, whether on her terms or not.I would not allow a friend to drive 2 1/2 hours on a regular basis let alone every weekend, without offering to pony up for the gas for at least one end of the trip. She sounds from what you said to be the better friend or you weren't as close as you thought, if you could just walk away. If I was more financially secure than her, I'd have no problem doing all the driving and not getting anything in return.Keep in mind what his costs are and ask him if it is fair and go from there. First off you don't give us enough info to make a qualified statement. What does he provide when your there groceries, going out, entertainment, etc. Without the other info no one can make a credible decision.
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