Sometimes that price is relatively low, an inconvenience that is easily overlooked.Other times that price is considerably greater and requires more consideration on a person’s part – is this something that you’re willing to give up or put up with if it means being able to be with them?And on occasion, that price is too great for you to be willing to pay it, no matter how you may feel about somebody. And everyone has them.◊♦◊If you’ve spent some time in online dating, you’ll have run across people who spell out exactly what they will and won’t accept in a date.If their dealbreakers exclude know you’re an awesome person.As the money came in, he dutifully invested, saved and tithed.When he had done his time in the Navy, he already had enough saved up to put himself through grad school. When we started talking about marriage, I was confident that he was someone who would never blow our financial security. I brought about ,000 of unpaid student loan debt into our marriage and my spontaneous spending habits made the process of paying that debt down a very slow one.I joke that my husband is my own personal financial planner.
And sometimes it’s because you’re of the “got mine, fuck you” school of screwing.But don’t use a long list of deal-breakers as an excuse to keep people away.“No one is going to be perfect.” On the other hand, she adds, “Don’t go into any relationship thinking you’re going to reform them.” You won’t.It could be a sign of trouble if your partner: Bottom line: Trust your judgment.Hartwell-Walker suggests keeping your own personal deal-breaker list to five things that are non-negotiable for you, and leave it at that.