Social classes can very between with many. It

Social classes can very between with
many. It can affect others within families like children or might not affect
anyone at all. Some might believe that love was more important than their
actual social class statuses. Being in a supporting class like middle and above
allows the family to support themselves and everyone else, but with this there
is a noticeable difference between a low-class family to a middle class family
maybe even a high class family.

 In an  
article by Jessi Strieb, with the research by French Sociologist Pierre
Bourdieu he mentions, “He theorized that class not only shapes family
life, but also individuals’ ideas and instincts about how to use resources,
spend time, and interact with others. Sociologists do not see each family as
wholly unique, but shaped by the resources available to them in their class position.” Bourdieu
explains that certain social classes can affect marriages with a family. It
means that certain families have the luxuries that most don’t. More marriages
in higher classes can provide a better living for themselves and their
children. Bourdieu believes that being in different social classes, creates
different personalities within marriages. Ultimately, because certain family
can provide more than others the differences between social classes can be
seen. Being in a higher social class makes life be easier to not only
yourselves but your children as well. You can provide a better education for
example and anything they might want.

an article written by Amber Lapp she mentions,

marry for love and not for money. In my interviews I was struck by how often
people felt the need to explain that they had married for “the right
reasons”—namely, for love—as opposed to “wrong reasons” like money or social
mobility or because they got pregnant. As one blue-collar man said, “I’m not
gonna love somebody just cuz they got money…. I’d be perfectly fine living in a
shack up in the mountains right now, honestly.”

explains that most of the researches conducted on married couples, married each
other solely by loving each other. They didn’t not take in consideration each
other social class differences. The couples who were interviewed that nothing
else mattered but what did was each other’s love for them to get married. This
can also lead to other matters having a play in their marriage but what
ultimately overcame both was the love. As a result, it means that social
classes within marriage might not always be important to each other. They can
over see each other’s status for the greater thing which is love.

in a different article by Strieb as well she mentions, “Most couples maintained
that their class differences were behind them after marriage, as they now
shared a bank account, a home, and a life. Yet, by analyzing how individuals
talked about themselves, their partners, their marriages, I discovered that
this was far from the truth. Class had shaped each spouse so much that the
people I interviewed had more in common with strangers who shared their class
background than with their husbands and wives”

other words, married couples believed that the differences of social classes
were nothing. The studies that she conducted indicated differently. When
conducting the researches it was said by others that they came to a shock with
how differently they were. For example,

privileged partners spoke of the shock of walking into a house with hundreds of
crystal figurines or trying to eat spam with a smile”

also noticed that the married couples were quite different and has less things
in common than they thought. The people that were researched had more in common
with people from the same social class statuses. In conclusion, most couples
don’t notice each other difference until something happens, like meeting each
other’s parents and living styles.