Why does money matter in a relationship? You tell me.
If you don’t have money to pay your rent, will you be forming love under Third Mainland bridge? If you and your partner are both broke, will you be kissing on empty stomachs? Will you even have the power to raise your hand to caress and canoodle? Of course not. So why is it 2020 and you are still asking if money matters in a relationship. Better take your time.
Please, don’t say this thing has to do with Nigerian women and that we are so focused on money. Global statistics say that the leading cause for divorce is bad finances. I will also have you know, that the same way women don’t want no scrub, in the western part of the world, where proper credit systems exist, men do not marry women with bad credit. So see ehn, this “no romance without finance” business includes everybody.
You sef, as you dey, can you afford another financial liability in the form of a dependent human being? If your answer is yes, then you probably have more money than most people or like living life on the wild side.
I’m not saying that money is the only thing that matters in a relationship, but what I am saying is that it is a major factor in determining how successful your relationship will be in the long run. Don’t deceive yourself.