The question of money and cost doesn’t often come up when it comes to discussing relationships, but as we’ve seen in the last year, it can be a pertinent issue. The question of how much a relationship is worth comes up far too often in my line of work. In fact, it’s the number one question I get from partners and clients when they’re evaluating the state of their commitment or otherwise involved with someone. It is a frequently asked question because it represents a delicate and challenging subject. Being in a committed, romantic relationship with someone means you want to commit to and provide for them financially, emotionally, and spiritually. But how much is all this worth? That is a question only you can answer.
If you’re wondering how much your relationship with Robert Pattinson is worth, it’s actually a really easy question to answer. How much would you be willing to bet that he’ll still be wearing black sunglasses when the twentieth anniversary of the couple’s first meeting comes around? Or that he’ll still be seen holding hands with a pretty blonde in a romantic sunset scene? All of this came before we even knew his birth name. It’s a safe bet he’ll be famous long after his death and will continue to be one of the most recognizable faces in the world. So let’s say you’re willing to wager $20,000 that he’ll still be acting in films twenty years from now. The answer is $20,000.
How much is your relationship with Camille Rowe worth? It’s a slightly more complicated question, but still quite easy to answer. The fact is, you can’t put a financial value on your connection to someone. It’s not like you can sell it to an investor or a bank. Your connection to Camille is priceless because it cannot be bought or sold. It is something you simply experience and maintain.
The question is: Is your connection to Camille what you want? Is it worth what you’re getting? The answer is: It depends. It depends on your perspective, your feelings, and your situation. Let’s take a look, shall we?
What Do You Get Out Of This Relation?
One of the big questions you have to ask yourself is, “What do I get out of this relationship?” What am I getting financially? What am I getting emotionally? What am I getting in terms of personal growth and development?
From a financial perspective, you and Robert already have a lot going for you. You came from money and you’re continuing to benefit from it. You have the career you always wanted. You’re working with a tremendously talented actor. You’re seeing the world. You’re experiencing new things. You’re continuing to learn and grow as people.
But at the same time, you’re having to make some important choices about your money. You have to decide how much you’re willing to spend on clothes, how much you’re willing to spend on travel, what kind of housing you want. This is all part of deciding what you want out of your relationship with Robert. It’s about prioritizing your expenses and being smart about your money. This is why you need to ask yourself this question; it will help you determine how involved you want to be financially. You want to be smart and aware of your expenses. That is not a bad thing. It’s just the nature of the beast.
How Much Does He Cost You?
The next important question you have to ask yourself is, “How much does he cost me?” What is the actual financial cost of being in this relationship? It is always helpful to look at the numbers. So let’s do that. Your net worth has increased by $20,000 since you started dating Robert. That is the simple answer.
But it’s not entirely accurate. Your net worth increased because you were in a better financial position to begin with. One of the reasons your net worth increased is likely because you’re investing in his career. It would be unwise to put a price on your investment in his career. But that is the real reason your net worth is going up. So you’re not just benefiting from his good looks and fame. You’re also investing in his career. You’re supporting him and his acting career. That is good and it is worthwhile.
What Are Your Chances Of Staying Together?
You have to ask yourself, “What are my chances of staying together?” It is very difficult to put a monetary value on what you know in your heart to be true, something that has been growing and developing over time. You have to put a price on infidelity, on deceit, on dishonesty, and on lack of trust. These are all significant concerns. So it is important that you ask yourself, “Am I willing to take the chance on these things?”
This is why you have to ask yourself the above questions. It is about being smart and honest about your relationship with Robert. It is also about being ready and willing to enter a committed, romantic relationship. The chances of you two staying together are high. The question is: Are you willing to take the chance?
Do You Want To Maintain Your Freedom Or Do You Want A Life Together?
Finally, you have to ask yourself, “Do I want to maintain my freedom or do I want a life together?” Is it better to be alone or is it better to be with someone you love and trust? These are all significant questions. And the answer might surprise you. Is it better to be alone?
Imagine you’re in a room by yourself. You haven’t seen or spoken to anyone in years. You know nothing about the world. Suddenly, you see a woman enter the room. It’s dark, so you can’t see her clearly. But you immediately recognize her. You’ve seen her face before. She’s someone you’ve known your entire life. She’s your mother. You don’t know what to say or how to act. After all, you haven’t seen her in years.
Would you ask her if she wants coffee or tea? Would you give her a hug or would you embrace her? Would you kiss her on the cheek or would you give her a kiss on the lips?
You would do all of these things because you love her. Not because she pays you or your agency. Not because you think it would be politically correct or because you want to be polite. You would do these things because you love her. And if you love her, you’ll do anything for her.
The point is: You need to maintain your freedom. You cannot put a price on your freedom. It is something you must protect at all costs. Because if you lose your freedom, you’ll lose everything. That is why it is so important that you think about all the costs and the opportunities that come with being in a committed, romantic relationship. It is not something to run away from. It is something to embrace with both hands. That is the honest truth.