Dating someone blue collar
I am a white collar gal and make a multiple of my husband's blue collar salary.
That's never bothered me (kinda proud, actually) or my husband (who has a much better work/life balance than I do), but it was a worry for my mother when we got married.
” Are you a professional woman feeling pressured to turn down a great guy because he doesn’t have the abbreviations M. Fortunately, I didn’t have to deal with this pressure.
For black women who have chosen to pursue the levels of higher education and profession, I think many have observed the lack of eligible male (particularly black male) counterparts.
Our financial relationship is pretty much the same as my parents', except that I'm sort of taking on my dad's role instead of my mom's.