Many married women make unnecessary demands on their husbands, especially when they perceive that they are no longer affectionate towards them.
Such wives reason that instead of losing both ways (not getting enough affection and attention, and their husband’s money, which lawfully belongs to them), they would rather monopolise the marital bed and get financial empowerment.
Therefore, husbands should get into her their wives’ hearts. A man who can get into his wife’s heart can get in between her legs at all times; regardless of how tired she is. If a man wants sex three times in a day, he should give his wife affection six times in a day. I can illustrate this with Affection3 = Sex1
Sex plays a vital role in money, which leads to satisfaction in bed and matrimonial bliss. For the menfolk, there is no alternative to sex. In fact, an average husband thinks about sex at least seven times in a day. For any marriage that will last, sex is primary and money is secondary. A man who is sexually satisfied would go out and make money faster, because sex calms down his nerves, relaxes his brain, and helps him to be more productive. With sex, a man’s heart and brain works better.
Many couples view marriage as only a contract of convenience. On the contrary, marriage is a covenant of commitment. For sex and money to assume their proper positions in marriage, couples must understand and inter-operate well the ‘for better or for worse phrase.
Spouses must be wise enough to put aside money for the rainy day. Nowadays, if couples are not keeping to a budget, they may be heading for trouble since what worked last year may not work this year.
We live in a generation that only recognises sunny days. Saving for a financial emergency day helps to create financial intimacy, which generates sexual satisfaction and fulfilment. According to a debt expert, Howard Dvorkin, “Fifty per cent of all marriages end in dissolution and the number one reason for that is financial pressures.”
Planning your finances together as couples would definitely enhance financial intimacy and also boost, increase, improve good sexual performance. Many divorce cases are actually a fight over money and sex.
The challenges many couples face is not income problem, but spending problem and the attitude to each other’s spending habits. It important for husband and wife to identify and recognise their financial responsibilities in the home and “stick to it.”
Another challenge that couples face is “how to spend the money available” and not that there isn’t enough money. Financial planning is a process of determining whether and how a couple can meet their life goals through the proper management of financial resources. Financial planning is not based on the sum of money that a couple is expecting in the future, but planning on the one available at hand.
Managing what couples have now is an issue that requires honesty and sincerity on their part. This is not the time for the husband to be deceitful and the wives to sexually hold them ‘hostage.’
Financial planning helps couples to make reasonable choices. It helps couples to save more because of old age. Most times, when sudden money comes into the life of some couples, irrational decisions are made. An old proverb says, ‘When money comes through the door, common sense flies out through the window.’ This is very true.
With financial increase, some people hardly think out things. Financial planning helps couples to achieve financial independence.
Sex is tied to money and vice versa. Both of them breed on a common ground of wisdom. Wisdom is the ability to make sensible decisions and judgement. However, when wisdom is applied to a memorable sexual encounter, it can help bring him back to life, re-energise, and get him back on his feet again to make positive moves.
Please do not be deceived by statements, like ‘”If we love each other, we would not fight about money.” Money has little to do with love, but a lot to do with how it should be spent. When there is disharmony in the area of money, love and sex is scarce like an essential commodity.
How a married couple spends money does not depend on how much they love each other. Both of you have different money values. However, reaching a compromise on how to adapt to each other in this area is the key point couples must address.
Therefore, love in the relationship gets the couple to the altar; money oils the wheels of love and greases the fingertips that caress the nipples, and the scrotum. This eventually enhances good health, produces clear vision, and accomplishes good life goals to make more money.
So sex, money, and power are all interwoven. One cannot exist without the other in the home. This has always been so right from time immemorial: the physiological make up of a man is dependent on sex. It makes him blossom and look better.
A well-fed man is one who gets good food and good sex.