When most people decide to get married it should be for love. However, often times people marry for stability — financial stability. And although I understand the rationale here, and I partially agree, there’s a few problems with this strategy.
You can’t expect to marry someone bringing something to the table when you’re bringing a bag. Quite frankly, you’re a liability.
Ladies…please take notes.
As women, we often WANT to marry a man who’ll be financially stable that we CAN love. Being able to fall in love with a person with the total package is clearly the ideal scenario. And I completely understand. I don’t believe there’s anyone who wants to struggle financially. But let’s make one thing clear, it’s important to also have your own assets.
Porsha Williams just got a rude awakening when she was left empty handed following her messy divorce from Kordell Stewart (See HERE). The former NFL athlete, made one thing clear in his divorce proceedings, he was already established before ever meeting Williams and marrying her. Prior to her housewives gig and charity work, no one is quite sure what the reality star did to make her money. During the course of the marriage Williams was also a stay-at-home wife. After the marriage went south, can we blame Stewart for trying to protect his bank account?