Dating for poor people
It can be fun to open up and share a few personal details with someone we’re attracted to. Not surprisingly, the majority of respondents said they’d rather spill the beans about bloated borrowing.
In turn, learning more about the other person is a great way to spark conversations that go beyond polite formalities. But it’s worth noting that more than 39% said they’d find it easier to divulge their most personal medical details.
So, what do you do if you’re interested in someone but your finances aren’t as solid as you’d like?She lives in one-room flat in the Jhuggi Jhopri colony – a settlement developed by the city government near the easternmost edge of Delhi for poor people as an alternative to illegal slums.“I don’t really want any expensive gifts, or to go to big restaurants. Is it possible that the way you manage money could have an impact on your relationship prospects? More than 87% thought it best to wait until the relationship becomes exclusive or moves to the point of sharing household expenses. Maybe all this talk about debt and dating has you wondering whether you’d be willing to share your most intimate financial details with a potential partner. In short, significant debt is frowned upon, but according to survey responses, it’s not viewed as negatively as being a workaholic. Less than 10% of people thought that this kind of information should be shared early on.
But while we’re more than happy to show our highlight reels, we all have those things we’d rather not talk about. If almost 40% of people would rather reveal their personal medical history instead of discussing monetary struggles with a potential partner, it’s safe to say debt-related anxiety can impact us emotionally as well as financially.