Do money really matters when it come to love?

Malaysia
March 26, 2007 3:16am CST
I don't know why that nowadays many women usually want to date a rich guy?It's true that we must have a good financial support to raise a family but do we have to find a rich guy and then marry him?I'm worried about him cause his not a rich guy but I really love him and I don't care much about this but my family does.I know that my family want the best for me..So, what do you think?
5 responses
@aprilsong (1886)
• China
26 Mar 07
well, of course money is important,but the most important is love,i'd rather marry a man who is not very rich than marry a richer one who has extramarital relations.but do not love the guy who is broken.you know,with this kind of guy,even he said he love you,he can support the family,if you can have enough to eat,a shelter to live in,can you still say you are happy with him?
• United States
26 Mar 07
I think a lot of women, and this is just from personal experience, by watching my peers, they're just too lazy and would rather find a rich guy that will spoil them and give them everything they want so they won't have to work for it. Not everyone is like this, but they just don't want to work hard. Some families want the best for their children, mostly because they've been down for so long and would rather their children marry up, and for money just so they can see their children get somewhere. Just my two cents.
@lyndee22 (1211)
• Philippines
26 Mar 07
well it depends. if he is born wealthy and the love between them does not corresponds to material things then that is not a problem. but women now seems to be practical. they prefer a rich man because they want to have a better kind of living, comfortable life in the future.
@maucute (980)
• Philippines
26 Mar 07
When there is love I don't think money would matter that much but it can't be avoided when there is really a need for money like paying bills and rents as well as purchasing groceries and other items. But when you mean to say that by just choosing the person to be with, then I would go for love.. It's enough for me to be happy even without all the richest in the world.. :)
@samrat16 (2442)
• India
26 Mar 07
It depends on what kind of "love" and how much money. I don't think the bottom line is love or money. The bottom line is how much you love. One should find most parents gives unconditional love to their offsprings but extremely conditional love to their partners. For someone who love unconditionally, money is not an object.