While it’s not a politically correct thing to say, the fact is that money is, and always will be, important in a relationship. Because of the control that money has on what we can and can’t do, it’ll always influence our romantic lives, too. Here’s why this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, why a career is a must for anyone in a relationship, and why the money factor is also inescapable.
When there is money, relationships moves smoothly, no arguments, quarrels or fights. Love is a good thing and very sweet but when there is money it’s sweeter, without money relationships taste sour.
I would like you to imagine three days without sex and now three days without money. Which one is harder to imagine? Which one is harder to do?
One of the major misunderstandings in relationships and marriages is money. It is very essential that it can crumble a good relationship.
Sure, money can’t buy class, but it can buy elegance. In other words, dating someone who is well-off means that you’ll have a lot more options to enjoy the finer things in life.
Money really is power. It gives you options, and not just on where you can go out for a date. Without having an income, it becomes extremely difficult to leave a bad relationship — especially if you’re living together. By having your own money, you’re allowing yourself the freedom to leave an abusive or toxic relationship at your own leisure.
Watch video that explains the importance of money in a relationship below…