Warren Buffet is known for being one of the most prolific traders ever, his knowledge of the stocks can only be rivalled by very few people.
However, it turns he also has an eye for making unconventional relationships work.
While the investment guru remained married to his first wife, Susan, from 1952 till her death in 2004, he lived with Astrid Menks. Menks and Buffett didn’t tie the knot until 2006, two years after Susan died.
Family members say the arrangement worked for both parties,
“Unconventional is not a bad thing,” Buffett’s daughter, Susie Buffett, told The New York Times. “More people should have unconventional marriages.”
If you have found conventional relationships to be problematic, perhaps you should try an unconventional relationship to see if it is a better fit. Just make sure to consult your spouse first.