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Woman asks if she's wrong to ban family from wedding if they don't stop criticizing fiance's income.

Woman asks if she's wrong to ban family from wedding if they don't stop criticizing fiance's income.

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Money is one of the top reasons people end up divorcing, and a huge source of stress and contention in a lot of relationships. Wealth gaps, childhood upbringing, and completely different philosophies on money can push couples apart - and that's not even touching the iceberg of what it's like to constantly struggle to stay afloat.

That being said, when a couple is able to come to an agreement about how to allot their finances, that's a beautiful thing - and not to be tampered with by outside forces, even concerned family members.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, an engaged woman asked if she was wrong for threatening to ban her family from the wedding if they keep making judgments about her fiance's income.

AITA for telling my family to stay out of me and my fiancé’s financial agreement and that if they keep bothering me they can’t come to the wedding

OP shared that she was left a large inheritance by her grandparents and makes a lot more money than her fiance.

So my fiancé and I have a large wealth discrepancy. My grandparents gave me and my sister a large amount of money when they died, and I have a much higher paying job than him. He works just as hard as me, he just gets paid less.

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