But they wouldn't have gotten that good job without getting the financial aid to go to school, so as long as they got a good job out of it and are paying it, so what! This means that marriage, and having kids will be delayed for years to come.2, as a man I would have to contribute more resources while she contributes less do to tuition payments.Here are some of the basics to help you get clearer on his situation…And ultimately help you get clearer insight on whether or not this is a relationship where you want to go into deeper levels of commitment.
And it definitely would have been nice if I had found the courage to confide in my partner at the time about my debt (and the serious stress I had because of it). However, if I had 0,000 in debt, maybe that’d be a different story.One was extremely frugal, to the point where it was sometimes frustrating. I think that I could date someone with a moderate amount debt, as long as they had a reasonable plan in place to get themselves out of debt.One was incredibly bad with his money, and didn’t seem to think it was an issue. But there are definitely big differences in the type of debt that someone has.He bought the ring and also co-signed a loan for her to attend nursing school, which she dropped out of after they broke up and never repaid the loan.He acknowledges that he made a poor choice in co-signing that loan and not actively pursuing her for financial reimbursement, but he is so far into debt that I doubt it would matter at this point.