You are right, Bob!

And I think it helps when the couple makes financial goals together and agrees on how to spend the money.

I read a concept in a book called Secrets of the Millionaire Mind - it specified that sometimes couples might fall apart because of differing financial blueprints. Where one partner feels deprived whenever they do not spend recklessly, and the other feels like their partner is irresponsible for how they spend money. It was a very interesting read.

And yes, I agree, when choosing a life partner, it had better be someone who is responsible with money otherwise financial stress could become the cause of divorce.

Thank you for your brilliant addition to this conversation! :)

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