So you got a raise and now you out-earn your man. Or maybe your boyfriend just got laid off, so you're pulling in all the bacon now. Or you've decided that it makes the most financial sense for your family to have a stay-at-home daddy. Whatever the case, women out-earning their men is a reality for more and more couples. While it's becoming more common, that doesn't mean that it's the norm. It's actually going against gender norms in our society. And going against the grain like that can be a strain on your relationship. So here's how to deal when you're more successful than your man.
Lady, don’t even answer that question. The answer is yes. Even the most confident single girl can get a raging case of the “why mes?” when she’s constantly surrounded by married and coupled-off friends. It’s tough getting the question, “Anyone special in your life?” and answering with a big, fat “No!” Plus, the self-effacing humor we all use -- and single girls, I’ve been you before, I know what happens -- can totally get to us. So here are some confidence boosting tips to keep you feeling as fabulous as I know you are.