Would you marry for money? This is the first thought-provoking question at the end of The Trinket Wife. Reading the novel isn’t necessary, although you might like to. You can submit a personal or group response.
My personal answer: Not only for money, but people do tend to marry in social groups and I guess I have. People know they don’t want to live in poverty with children if avoidable. They may not marry for heaps of money, more for a steady job and prospects for both partners. Having hope for the future when making plans depends on some financial security.
The more I think about this question the more possibilities there are for answers. Please add your comments in less than 100 words. All comments will be moderated to avoid offence.
Next week, Is there such a thing as a midlife crisis for men and women?
The discussion ends in 60 days.
https://tinyurl.com/vclld84 An interesting article on marrying bank accounts after ‘I do’.