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The reason I ask is because sometimes when 2 partners come from different classes they have different viewpoints on things which can lead to several arguments. This is pretty well documented in Psychology that the biggest determining factor in our social group is our socioeconomic status. This is mostly in adolescence though and as we get older socioeconomic status isn't as much of a determining factor.
However, socioeconomic status is going to be a significant indicator as to what type of person you're dealing with.
While cross-class marriages like the one between Downtown Abbey’s Lady Sybil and the estate’s chauffeur, Tom Branson, might not be overtly scandalous anymore, the renegotiation of values they entail isn’t confined to the fictionalized 1920s.
And yet the institution of marriage all over the world has somehow always aligned itself along horizontal lines so that the majority of people appear to choose partners from roughly similar cultural and economic background.
And in modern times, power is usually associated with financial resources.
In cross-class marriages, one partner will usually have more money, therefore more options and, almost inevitably, more power in the relationship.
My friend, a dedicated medical school student who fits the type-A personality description to the fullest, started explaining about how she thought guys were intimidated by her.
She informed me that her new resolution is to only date someone at her level of education or higher.