But it takes so much for me to ask for help or ask for what I need. It forced us to have those conversations early on, and I think we’re really strong because of it.""She basically understood that our jobs are different.Part of the shame of not having a lot of money is being like no, no, no, I got this, I got my own way. She knows what I do is really important, and she respects my desire to be a teacher.
So we had this long Google doc that we both contributed to, and we went through everything.
She realized that dealing with debt isn't just an emotionally fraught thing, it’s also a huge amount of labor to sift through all this information.""I think the real conversations about how splitting would work was when I moved in, a year into our relationship, and we needed to figure out the rent situation.
I gently caressed my small breasts, enjoying the sensation I was giving myself.
As a seventeen-year-old, my breasts were not fully developed but I loved them.
"We met 4 years ago through a mutual friend at a party.
I was in this single phase where I was having a lot of fun dating around NYC, as you do. This is awesome.' is what it’s like to really feel that thing. My partner has been in tech for the last 10 years or so.
One day, she came home and was like, you should read this book.
It was an awesome financial book that tells you how to save and think about investments, but I was like, 'I don't think you understand. I'm so terrified about how much debt I'm in, I can't even have this conversation.' In some ways it totally mirrors how she didn’t tell me how much money she made.
She had been fucking another guy, Scott, every other weekend for about two months, and I had finally asked if I could be there in...
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I was trying to pay 0 a month, but after I graduated, I was like, hey listen, we should talk about this. It’s not that I don’t work hard, or that I’m lazy, it’s just that society values what we do differently.