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You Got A Whole Spouse, But You're Asking Me For....The Daily Gogetemism Show.

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Why does it seem like people look sideways at married people who ask them for something? You know it's true. Don't let it be money. People will judge your whole union of marriage, based on the fact that you may need a loan, or a favor. Is it fair though?

Most married couples aren't rich and everybody is in need of something, so what is it such a big deal when a married person needs a favor, or a loan from someone other than their spouse? Does it mean that your spouse is worthless and can't provide for you?

What if your spouse can't provide enough for you? Does that mean that your marriage is suffering? Is it symbolic of a failing marriage? Will it become a bigger issue later on?

Should you keep the fact that you accepted something from someone else besides your spouse?

What are some things that are excusable to ask from someone else besides your spouse?

Let's get into it.