Don't ever depend on someone else, or you will always be disappointed.
“My girlfriend and I have been for over 3 and a half years now. Her always had a problem with me and she knew that I was not that rich from the time we started going out. For three years she told that if a problem was to arise, she would remain with me no matter what. Out of the blue she tells me a week back that she needs a break and now she tells me that this can’t go on any further and started acting like a girl I do not know.
Love means giving until it hurts, right? Wrong. A healthy relationship nurtures your self-esteem and actually inspires you and your partner to grow. If either of you become too demanding, or constantly please or appease, then it's a co-dependent relationship.
Are You Financially Dependent on Your Spouse or Partner?
If you’re not currently in the workforce—maybe you’re a stay-at-home mom, or you were laid off, or you’ve been dealing with a health issue—chances are you’re financially dependent on a spouse or partner. That isn’t necessarily bad, but it can be risky. The fact is, relying on someone else’s income ormoney management skills can be a crisis in the making. Especially if you’re married, and especially if you have kids.
Will your teen be financially dependent in their 20s?
Most teens believe they will be financially dependent on parents after graduation.
With the economy slow to recover from the Great Recession and few jobs available, many teens believe they will be financially dependent on their parents until their mid- to late-20s.