Many marriages end as fast as they started. At times, the physical attraction that brought the two together fades. Long lasting relationships that led to marriage need more than sex to sustain the marital difficulties in this bad economy. Lack of money wrecks relationships that once were loving.
Lack of funds is a lingering issue hard to overcome in any family. He might spend more and earn less, and she might become the sole breadwinner. Who will take care of the children; clean the house, and go food shopping? Lack of money wrecks relationships
that were financially stable and money was never an issue. Families spent freely and went on expensive vacations without giving it much thought.
He might become frustrated when he loses his high paying job and ends up on the unemployment line. She is used to being a big spender, but without the money to spend freely they argue. Each blame each other for the hardships that they find themselves in. Pointing fingers is not a way to sustain a happy relationship or a marriage. Without the large sums of money coming in, they end up by spending the food money to pay the monthly bills. Without a doubt, financial problems wreck relationships easily.
Financial Problems of Unmarried Couples
Lack of money wreck relationships for those who are unmarried as well. Those who are dating lack the money to take their date to a movie. Going out to dinner after or instead of a movie is no longer a possibility-It is just too costly.
Charge Accounts are Closed
There are other reasons why a dating relationship can turn sour. Women no longer can afford to buy up-to-date fashions.They have to shop at Thrift stores and wear already used clothing. The lack of money is a force not to be reckoned with.Those who have children are forced them to dress them in hand-me-down clothes and wear shoes that are too small.
Men Turn To Gambling or Drinking to Make Money
Men who were able to feed the family lavishly are now on unemployment, and it is a blow to their pride. Some take the unemployment money and gamble it away in the hopes of winning big money so the family can afford to buy food and clothes. Others start drinking because the poor economy makes them feel like less of a man.
Children Suffer As Well
Children suffer due to the bad economy when their parents split up. Family relationships are no longer stable. Parents argue all the time. Children sense the friction caused by the poor economy and rebel in any way that they can. Relationships crumble and pull families apart. Lack of money wrecks relationships and many head to the divorce courts. Living alone is cheaper than having to care for a family.
Relationships that grow sour, between a man and a woman due to the poor economy, can cause relationship to sour. Those who are married head for the divorce court. Couples who are not yet married might walk away from each other. They find it cheaper to live alone than to get married. It takes a special type of “intense” love and respect for each other to sustain a relationship that has gone downhill due to the financial strains caused by the bad economy.