Bisi went on to share some of her experiences in marriage which all seemed a little incredible, and in between laughs, it dawned on me that I’d never dated anyone outside of my socioeconomic strata, which I’d describe as middle class.I have never been with any one of the glitterati nor have I been with a blue collar.Trust me when you love him/her keep aside money, no other thing than him/her would appeal you.
Anyone who has dated someone outside their social class can affirm that there are strange tensions and inevitable speed bumps that come with these kinds of relationships. For instance, your boyfriend could be from a high-class, wealthy family while you come from a working-class family with less money.
Obviously, I have nothing against it, but it certainly would be quite a chore building a relationship with someone from a dramatically different social background, wouldn’t it?
Sure, all relationships take work, but with a combination maturity and a willingness to healthily compromise, you can overcome any relationship problem.
You yourself have answered the question to some extent.
If money matters that much to her then probably she is in no love with that guy.
Of course, financial equality does not mean cultural equality, so you wonder why he attaches too much importance to simple things like good food or designer labels.