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Few people I spoke to reported having parents who plotted against their children’s relationships, or felt they were subject to social stigma for their cross-class relationship.
In fact, it’s usually not until meeting their in-laws that the couples themselves tend to become aware of their differences: more privileged partners spoke of the shock of walking into a house with hundreds of crystal figurines or trying to eat spam with a smile.
There's nothing wrong with either, but long-term relationships do require that the participants either enjoy the same things or can respect their differences. I don't really feel comfortable with people from my social class, either as I grew up with (white trash) or currently (yuppie white collar).
'Course, it could be that I'm just not comfortable with anyone, but my preference would be to date some semi-hippie chick who likes to read (a lot) but isn't necessarially all that formally educated.
They wanted to see how attitudes about education, work, money, and social capital affected how couples fought.
The "New York Times" article "When Richer Weds Poorer, Money Isn't the Only Difference" describes a couple in which the lower-class husband did not fit in with people from his wealthy wife's social class -- because he was a straight shooter and she and her friends talked around issues.That's probably more a reflection on my own uncertainty about career, future aspirations, whatever, and Org, do I get tired of every potential date in my social class insisting on "a guy who knows where he's going in life", blah blah blah.Gimme a break; this is a coffee date, not a SAP/SAR background interview.Often, these strategies are variations of going with the flow and taking things as they come. Isabelle, for example, is the daughter of a farmer and a bartender.(All the survey participants have been given pseudonyms.) Her family did not know how much money each year’s crops or tips would bring in.
You also might have issues when it comes to doing things together, since his tastes might outweigh what you can afford.