I went through an internet survey,and discoverd that 70 per cent of women lament boredom during sex,how they seldom reach orgasm after their partner climax. Recent survey prove that, most marriage and courtship have collapse due to low sexual rapport between lovers. And this got me thinking,what keeps a marriage solid as rock? Sex or money? If you ask me, i did say sex.
i think giving your spouse money after sex is just wrong
With enough money, you can buy all the sex you want. But for a relationship to work, it takes both sex and money. You can't have great sex if you're worried about how you're going to pay the rent this month or you're mad at your partner for buying something you can't afford.
I guess it really depends on the people. I know one couple who is A-Sexual, meaning they have no interest in sex at all, but they also both work at minimum wage jobs so it definitely isn't the money keeping them together. They've been married for ten years and theirs is definitely a relationship I would call rock solid.
My cousin and his wife met at drug rehab. They work minimum wage jobs and have a daughter together. They bonded over their will to survive and are now even closer because they both love their daughter so much.
My other cousins first bonded because of both money and sex. Upon finding out she couldn't have children, they decided to adopt. Now that they have two, they struggle with money, but are close because of their strong wills to help children.
I'm not in a relationship at the moment. Haven't been for two years, but that is because I'm working on the bond with myself. I want to become totally independent before I bring another person into my life and, this time, I want to bring him into my life for the right reasons.
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