Dating above your social class

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My wife, who has a similar background, acts the same way my parents and her parents do.

If you have a long friendship before you begin dating, then, physical attractiveness may be less important to relationship initiation or maintenance.

I feel really sorry for her and I love her very such a good person & she doesn't deserve this.

Andrew from Columbus, OH I was born and raised in a middle class family in Toledo Oh.

Research suggests that partners who one another in physical attractiveness—two moderately attractive, highly attractive, or unattractive individuals—are more likely to stay together over the long term than couples who are less similar in attractiveness (Feingold, 1988).

Although we generally find particular good-looking individuals to be attractive, we also (correctly if not consciously) intuit that we will have a more successful relationship if our partner matches our own level of physical attractiveness (Montoya, 2008).

More important, women who viewed themselves as being committed to their current relationship, and reported considering more appealing alternative partners.

They also engaged in more flirting with other men and thought more about breaking up with their current partner.

Sharon from Greenwich, CT I used to live in New Jersey with my mother and father but once my parents got a divorce, I had to move with my mother out to Greenwich, Connecticut, so I could be nearer to HER job and HER parents.

So now I go to places like the Westchester Country Club with my grandparents.

Both of my parents have bachelor degrees from the local university.

After being the first person in my family to go away from home for a BA, I decided to pursue a master's degree.

We investigated women’s perceptions of their own physical attractiveness as well as perceptions of their partners’ physical attractiveness and their self-reported levels of commitment and flirting, and their thoughts about breaking up.