It is best if you are already self-sufficient financially when you decide to share your life with someone. There are several reasons why this is important. You don’t want to be financially dependent on anyone, to start with. Even if you have a strong bond with your partner and have no plans to get divorced, life can change in an instant, and you can find yourself in a precarious position if something untoward happens to them. It will also be simpler for you to leave your partner if you decide to do so if you feel financially secure on your own. Second, having financial stability enables you and the partner you select to accomplish long-term objectives together. You can’t expect a white house with a picket fence to appear out of thin air. That results from a lifetime of responsible money management and credit. Don’t think, “I want to fall in love with this person,” as soon as you meet them. You want to make sure your partner has a stable financial future. Your relationships will be at their healthiest and most gratifying when you enter them with a full heart and an independent mindset. You’ll be satisfied being single when you’re ready to fall in love. True love, it is sometimes said, finds you when you least expect it to.
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