7 Reasons Romantic Relationships Are Overrated ...

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Yes, it's wonderful to be in a relationship with someone you love but it's not everything in life. Guest contributor Miles Young shares his reasons on why romantic relationships are seriously overrated!

If you believe your family, the media, and pretty much everyone else, you must have a romantic relationship for a fulfilling life. Forget that. Here are 7 reasons that romantic relationships are overrated.

1. Relationships Can Kill Your Financial Stability

When you get married, you accept everything about your partner—including their bad credit. Studies have shown that modern women are more financially responsible than men in many respects.

Taking on their bad credit score can affect all areas of your financial stability. It can even affect your car insurance. State Farm and many other companies require records of every adult in your household. That means an irresponsible person could push your rate up even before you get married.

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Comments:

Eliza
As a woman and divorced over twelve years ago can't agree more! Too many times I see the irritations in everyone's romantic relationships I thank gods I'm single independent and can enjoy life. I have a daughter a career and a tidy house lol
Gaby
*unofficially
Gaby
Didn't Coco Chanel have a pretty long term relationship with Boy Capel although I officially?
Tina
I have come out of an abusive relAtionship 10 weeks ago. Although got my fingers burnt badly, I will hope to go and meet someone in the near future. I miss the intimacy, and like sharing my life with ...
Neecey Beresford
@Cecilia, The author is a guy!
Taylor
This is so true! And what i see that a lot of girls do is they go from one relationship to the next.
Cecilia
Bitter bitch. Lol
Breanna
By marrying somebody you don't automatically absorb their credit score, be it good or bad.
Bets
This could not be MOREA CORRECT AND FROM A FEMALES STANDPOINT.
Marlaina
What a fantasy list! One that guys will relate to indeed.
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