Money Dominates Family Relations

@RAOCV20 (289)
Visakhapatnam, India
July 3, 2021 3:28am CST
Hitherto in India family relations are not influenced by money. But of late moneyed people are leaving their poor family members, rich children leaving poor parents has become common. Moneyed people become close to other moneyed people even though they are strangers.
6 people like this
8 responses
@JudyEv (300691)
• Rockingham, Australia
4 Jul 21
It's a great shame that this is happening.
@prinzcy (32984)
• Malaysia
4 Jul 21
I don't really blame the money. It's more like their behavior is wrong to begin with.
@prashu228 (37300)
• India
3 Jul 21
It's true.. relations change...as money comes..
@DianneN (246047)
• United States
3 Jul 21
Sounds pretty sick to me.
@stapllotik (1675)
• India
3 Jul 21
There should be a marital law in India, especially in the favor of women. It should clearly state that both husband and wife should stay alone, at least for 1 year immediately after the marriage. Let the couple stay alone and see if they can do justice to their responsibilities. Pre counseling should be mandatory for parents before marriage. This will help both partners in the long run, especially the girl who is vulnerable to domestic violence after marriage.
@Hytton03 (5593)
• Philippines
3 Jul 21
Oh sad to hear this.
@Kasjnak (4513)
• Romania
3 Jul 21
Never forget where you come from. The thing is that people with money need to be with other people like them. This is not a problem as long as you don't forget your origins, family and friends.
@S4mmyboy (3466)
• Mumbai, India
3 Jul 21
Got your point. It's true that it is happening. It's not the relationship that matters but it's the money that matters. Hence you find such things happening.... Very sad