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How debt relief could make finding love a little bit easier

Living with high levels of debt is difficult, and can impact many different areas of a person's life. For some people, excessive debt can even have a negative impact on their ability to find love and build a lasting relationship. Most Washington residents know that money management is one of the top causes of contention between partners. What many fail to recognize is that a lack of debt relief can mark someone as a "bad bet" when it comes to choosing a mate.

Recent research suggests that a large percentage of people consider student loans and other types of debt to be "baggage" that is brought into a relationship. Concerns over how that debt will be managed and how long future debt will be addressed can cloud an otherwise promising relationship. People who are thinking about a partner's debt are likely looking for certain answers.

One red flag is a lack of remorse over the current level of debt. Another is a failure to change the behavior that led to the debt in the first place. Potential partners are hoping to see a sincere approach to the serious nature of excessive debt, as well as a clear plan for how that debt will be managed and eventually paid off.

For those in Washington who are struggling with heavy debt and also thinking about building a future with someone, it is important to seek lasting and effective debt relief. Having a plan in place to address debt can go a long way toward easing a partner's concerns over future financial strife. That can pave the way for a long and happy relationship, as well as financial stability.

Source: journalnow.com, "Is debt a deal breaker when dating? Four signs that it is.", Michelle Singletary, Aug. 13, 2017

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