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Relationship Rules

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A happy, fulfilling, and successful marriage is supposed to be lifetime where the couple grow together in loving, understanding and caring for each other. Likewise, ideally, they learn from each other and reciprocate each others needs and simultaneously progress in their pursuit to achieve their mutual dreams.
Which do you prefer, to marry an already very rich prospect without love or to marry the love of your life where you both can build your future together.

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Cinthia Noboa Irvin
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Always love… then you make money together…and build a mini empire

Ziad Hamdane
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If you are unmarried and in a relationship with a person, and you really want to end it, but you’re finding it difficult to muster the courage to actually do it because you keep debating within yourself over the positives and negatives, then just remember; sometimes you have to end relationships with creation to build a relationship with The Creator.

Konrad Rodrigues
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With hard work you can earn as much money as you want , but there is no wealth that can buy love …… so obviously …. love

Krys Johnson
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After my experiences, I’ll never marry again. But I might date him for love, as long as he earns more…it’s too complicated to be the more successful one when you’re a woman

Akinsanya Emmanuel Oluwaseyi
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Why don’t you marry for love and then work for your own money instead? If you marry the love of your Life and both of you work hard to be successful, I think together you can command anything money can buy

Elizabeth Sharp
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Love!!!! Money can’t buy you happiness! But love can fill you, and when your money runs out, THEN what?! Your sunk THAT’S what!
Don’t be stupid, money can’t LOVE❤ you back

Princess Mirian
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Honestly I’d for love ❤️, if ur husband fills a room with money but don’t love u that’s sadness right there cos he’ll never pay attention, respect or stay around u but those he loves. But if ur husband loves u u’ll stick together and even closer when that money isn’t there and would work together for that money and more over marriages based on love ❤️ has more understanding and harmony than marriages based on money ….

Wayne Crosby
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What happens when you marry for love have 13 great years together a beautiful daughter then she says one day she no longer want to be a wife and mother and she leaves. How do you deal with the love of your life leaving and you can see her destroying her life and ours and there is nothing you can do about it.

Stephanie McKee Freedline
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Love….always for love. Marriage should never be about materialistic items. Once you find love you can work together to build yourselves up and actually be proud of what you have accomplished.

Karen P Nelson
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For love! It is the best feeling in the world! I can’t wait to marry my fiancée! He is my best friend, my lover, and I can’t imagine life without him ! I love laughing with him and enjoying every minute I can with him! I love him for who he is and how he makes me feel when I am with him!!

Stephanie Farrugia
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For love def !! Money is imp, but wont make you happy if you do not spend ur life with the person you love !

Juan J Benavides
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Nope and nope! I married my life partner, soulmate, and my best friend! I’ve dated over the years and it isn’t the same… My ex-wife will always be my true love! Women are a gift from God and I failed… I’m happy to never be married again! Been divorced for seven years and I have a ten year old son that is my pride and joy!!! Maybe when he is grown up my mind will change?

Christopher Burden
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I would marry for Love knowing I don’t need material objects to be happy just that one person who can put up with me and show me love in return no mater how smuthering I can be

Roxy Logan Martinez
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Love. Its even stupid to want to be with someone just cause they can afford pretty much everything. I rather build my castle piece by piece with the love of my life rather than just been given a full build castle with a prince I will never love.

Also – I WANNA MAKE MY GOD DAMN OWN MONEY.

Barbara Langley
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I’m not marrying to be financially comfortable but emotionally miserable. I refuse to be with someone because he is “husband material.” I want a genuine connection with my partner.

Robin James Wakefield
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I’d rather marry the love of my life & build a future together. When it comes to love, money doesn’t matter to me. No matter how sick or poor my girlfriend is, i’ll always stick by her side no matter what <3

Connie Belandres Vandenhaak
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You have to be realistic. You don’t want to marry someone that’s in financial trouble. Love should be the motivating factor but every unit of institution needs money to survive. I don’t mean find a millionaire but not someone who is constantly broke.

Justin Moon
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Love? Is that why 99% of couples get divorced and the girl always sue for some kind of money settlement the’re is love out there but in small places

Robert Winkler
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A woman that loves you for your money first and last is a woman that I want nothing to do with. A winning team doesn’t build its foundation on money. It’s built on the foundations and principals of love which are universal and paramount to a rich and healthy happy life.

Elba Roman
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I once married for love it was horrible , besides having no money it was a horror, because you won’t servive on love alone, we need to eat and pay bills. So l would say being independent its much better we should both have an income. This way love will flourish and if there came a time to walk away thats just fine.

Antoñio Silva
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I want a relationship where we are madly in love faithful and honest.. fuck money id rather live broke and happy than rich and miserable lol but ill keep dreaming.

Beth Smallshaw
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Love everytime. Money might keep you happy for a short while but it will not stand the test of time that love can in times of trouble… plus imagine living with someone for the rest of your life that you don’t love, connect with or have fun with…

Barbra Bennett
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A man’s money alone could NEVER make me happy if I didn’t have his heart as well. So, I would always choose love over money, but at the same time, I would never allow myself to be in a relationship with a man who is financially unstable because it causes unnecessary drama–drama that I wouldn’t have to deal with if I was by myself.

Roselle Iwama
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Real love always comes first,for me!???
And a lifetime of nurturing a relationship by both people is a MUST!
Second is being financially stable to be able to live a simple yet decent life.

Innocent Chijioke
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**** Happiness is an emotional mental state of well-being you can only fine that if you’re in love because Love is what we have for being human, hope to find that special person