Hello, from my experience yes it does..<br />
It led to arguments over who has access to it,<br />
my partner wanted complete control which I wasn't comfortable with, I didn't understand why it couldn't be an even task. So yes, the more money the more problems!!
I haven't seen that....but I've seen families and relationships fall apart after a death, and the fighting over wills, estates, etc. ruins them....it's really disgusting.....
I'm gonna say no, it's the lack of it.
A girl friend I know told me her boyfriend inherited a huge sum of money and promptly dumped her. They had been together 7 years...
It's common actually. With all the extra money I guess they figure they can do better with a different mate. Funny thing is most people are broke within a few years of receiving a large amount of money.
If the relationships are true and strong, then no problem. I can only hope I gets large sums of money!!! If I do, is will remain the same only have more fun!!!
Usually, money makes everyone happy.<br />
It can destroy a relationship if one is a spender or gambler.
it definitely makes it difficult to talk about much else
My ex inherited a large sum of money and it helped our relationship. She filed for divorce.
No, it wasn't sad. It was the best thing that ever happened to me and no, I don't believe in karma.
I don't know...but for the sake of empirical research, I'd be willing to accept a large sum of money.
Money can't let me close to it. I'm too dangerous. I have read about it though. It's true. Look at hollywood marriages and read about lottery winners.
The tool isn't the problem. The problem is how the tool is used. Money isn't even a real thing anymore. It's a data base we keep on ourselves to determine social status.