The Sex-Starved Relationship
Thought Sex Was Important To Your Relationship? Think Again…
A new study has revealed couples' top relationship priorities. And the results are totally unexpected.
Yep, turns out, sex isn’t all that. Or at least, it isn’t all that important to your relationship, at any rate.
According to the Way We Are Now 2015 report, which studied 6000 people (some loved-up, some flying solo), more than half of them hadn’t had sex in the last month. And even those whohadhad sex didn’t consider it a top priority.
Instead, they rated the following three things as make-or-break factors in their relationship status…
NUMBER ONE: HONESTY
Yep, turns out we’re a lot more reliant on the truth than the founders of Ashley Madison would have you imagine. A whopping 70 per cent of people surveyed said that this was the most important thing for them in their relationship.
Bearing in mind that other factors could have included the ability to watch an entire series of Scandal in one go without pausing it to go to the toilet, a fondness for the exact same pizza toppings as you, or an interest in sitting in changing rooms and sounding enthusiastic for ten hours on end, this is a pretty big deal.
It shouldn’t be too surprising though. After all, honestyisthe best policy. And also, people who lie to you are just generally really annoying. Albeit very good at surprise birthday parties.
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