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by Ree, “The (Ree)lationship Guide”
In this down economy, it is no surprise that women are bringing home more cash than their men. If you’re in a relationship with an African American male, you are even more likely to notice the lack of opportunities for him to expand and grow (financially) within a company. A constant reinforcement of your financial advantage in the household is not going to benefit your relationship with your husband, especially if he’s a man who believes in the traditional role of masculinity.
According to a study published in “s*x Roles,” men who are making less money than their wives and have a traditional view of masculinity, attributed the gap in income to a “poor relationship,” while men who make less money than their wives and don’t have a traditional view of masculinity didn’t mind if their wives make more money than them. According to Kristy Archuleta, Co-Director of Kansas State University’s Financial Therapy Clinic, society makes men feel obligated to earn more than their wives, so being out-earned by a woman can lead to a lack of relationship satisfaction.