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(The Cut recently asked couples to delve into some of these differences.)" data-reactid="20"A lot has been written about how married couples deal with questions of money.
Less has been written, noticed Jessi Streib, an assistant professor of sociology at Duke, about how married couples from different class backgrounds deal with having very different beliefs about money — not to mention differing when it comes to the countless other habits and social mores intimately connected to the social classes they were born into.
NO ONE person can capture the breadth and width of all subjects and anything less could be considered dilettantism. That is my distinction, i am not from the US so the line over here is deffinitely NOT blurry.
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From an objective point of view, obviously, I can probably not write as well as say, a lawyer or person with a prestigious white collar degree orientated field.
Both my partner and I have a favourite thing to do that we both share: one of our favourite activities to do is to watch informative documentaries together while we hug/relax, and to have discussions about the subject matters at hand, in much the same way I have always done in a class room settling (when you discuss issues with the class and hear different peoples ideas on various matters) I do not feel held back by my blue collar partner, yet I can see how I would not be compatible with various man who feel I am not successful or smart enough for them.