This Woman Says Her Boyfriend Pays For Everything Because She's An 'Investment'
Author: Clark Tos
A woman from London has revealed how her boyfriend is paying for everything in their relationship after describing it as an 'investment'. Indeed, the couple has a financial organization that is unusual to say the least.
Hannah Chan, 27, said she let her boyfriend Ed Reay, 22, pay 100% of their rent, bills and vacations. After many failed dates and unfinished business, Hannah decided she wanted someone who could provide for her and take the lead. She realized that as a career woman, a relationship with someone who could 'guide' her and her needs was what she was looking for.
Hannah met another business owner, Canadian Ed Reay, in July 2021 after he contacted her in May 2021. Ed came from Vancouver and the couple got along so well that he ended up moving to London in September 2021. As their relationship progressed, Ed began to take on more financial responsibilities and now pays all the bills.
Hannah said: “I started to understand that in a relationship, I didn't want to be the dominant one and I wanted someone who could provide for me. Before, I had always considered my professional success and the money I earned as my value in romantic relationships, but I realized that I didn't want that. After meeting Ed, he told me he wanted to support me. We have a give-and-take relationship, he provides financially, and I give him 100% when it comes to support, love, and little things like bringing him a smoothie after a stressful day. There is no right or wrong in dating, the most important thing is that your values align between you and your partner for what you want in a relationship. »
A very clear relationship
So that her partner doesn't have to worry about it, Hannah is put in charge of running the house. She does the cleaning, the cooking and the shopping. It's not the silver what matters most to Ed but being supported and cared for. She adds : “He sees me as an investment because I supported him, and that means he now earns three times what he earned before. »
Ed said being the funder of the home gives a sense of responsibility, but also meaning to his life. 'I like being able to spoil someone I love, but you don't have to have a lot of money for that. In our relationship, I see it as the man's job to provide for the household and the woman's job to make the home.' he confides.
Some may find this way of thinking a bit outdated, but if Hannah is happy, isn't that the point?