If money can buy happiness (to a point), how much love can it get for us? I am being only slightly facetious but as I read the article I had to wonder about our love of money. If our sense of self-satisfaction is heavily influenced by our income and wealth, what happens when love is another commodity we try to buy?
If we need money to feel happy, does that impact our relationships too?
If couples didn’t fight and split up over money would they fight about something else? I think a lot of times finding someone who has the same attitude about money can be challenging. Just bringing up the topic of prenuptial agreements is enough to derail a relationship.
Would you ever ask your partner to sign a pre-nup? How would you feel if you were asked to sign one? If a couple wants to have a prenuptial agreement, does that mean the couple is doomed?