Now that the romantic bliss of Valentine’s Day has come and gone, we can snap back into reality and worry about the more important things in life; like our back accounts.
A new study reveals that 62% of American adults think more about money significantly more often than sex. The survey, conducted by Harris Poll, depicts that more than a quarter of Americans in a relationship have reported financial issues to affect how frequent they partake in bed play with their mates. This was concluded based off a study amongst 2,039 adults, ages 18 and older from 2010 U.S. census data.
Surprisingly, the issue of tight finances also affect upper class Americans. The poll found 26% of couples that earned $100,000 or more per year dealt with damaged sex drives because they were over preoccupied with finances.
In conclusion, the survey says more money-related sex strikes were occurring between younger adults between ages 18 and 34.
Plan of action? Let’s embrace a world of less money talk and more sex!