It depends on the people involved but the richer one may feel obligated to make the poorer one's life better, leading the poorer one to feel that they are not good enough because Rich is trying so hard to change them.Rich may also feel the need to 'dress down' to make Poor feel like they fit in, making Poor feel that Rich is looking down on them.I am not accustomed to living the high life and wouldn't really know what to do or wear to ritzy events - so that might cause some friction. but not because I think I am better than someone or not good enough, but because of the need to have similar backgrounds, values and experiences.The relationship can be fine just as long as you don't constantly worry about the gulf in income and how you were raised vs how they were raised. I wasn't dating them because they were lower than me, she didn't date me because I was higher than her.“She was really kind, and always saw the best in people,” he says.
Ryan, Reddit user morepantsroom, is a bank teller from Kansas City. Both in their late 20s, the couple met at Emporia State University through mutual friends, and started dating.Or would the differences in their upbringing and bank account sizes have tipped their relationship over?These are some of the questions that sparked this thread on Reddit about couples who grew up in different socioeconomic classes.A baby born today, on the other hand, has a much better chance at living to 100, or beyond: According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the ranks of the 100 club grew to 72,197 in 2014, a jump from the 50,281 reported in 2000. Put another way, the death rate for centenarians decreased 14 percent for women and 20 percent for men during this study period, as Scientific American pointed out.Centenarians today — born at the turn of the century — are making some major inroads in delaying death thanks to improvements in medicine, usage of vaccines and antibiotics, and hygienic advances.