These women can do absolutely nothing all day, hang out with their friends and take lavish trips with money they didn't generate but usually. they have earned it or will later realize they have. These "housewives" earn this money mostly through infidelities. If a man is making all the money, he knows he can easily negotiate his cheating habit.
These women pretty much know that their husband or boyfriend is cheating or have speculated that he is. It can get to a point where she manages his cheating capabilities. (Yes, it's that bad!) Take Jessica Biel and Denise Richards for examples (although not housewives). Jessica's prenup states that she'll receive $500,000 if Justin cheats on her because he's cheated on her in the past. Denise was guaranteed a $4 million bonus if it could be proved that Charlie Sheen cheated on her.
Cheating is not the only issue, however. Women are inclined to allow their husbands or boyfriends to make all decisions for them. Why? Because they are the ones making the money. She's going to want to do whatever he asks because her life basically depends on his money and he's always going to take that into consideration whenever he makes demands. Whether it's what goes on in his house, what she does with his money or who her friends are. True, some men are just controlling in relationships but women are less likely to allow such disrespect from a man if she's got her own money.
Some men may not have a control problem but realize the power they have by being the only one in the relationship generating money. These men may make a fool of you because they know they can. Just ask the basketball player that got down on one knee after the game and asked his girlfriend (what seemed like a marriage proposal) to brush his hair in front of thousands of people!
Obviously, if your boyfriend or husband truly loves you, money will never have an impact on your relationship. There's just so many women out there falling into this trap of being with a man because she relies on his money. They may not be gold diggers but at some point in the relationship it has become that. If you are truly happy in your relationship, there's nothing wrong with living a lifestyle depended on your husband's or boyfriend's income. However, I believe women should want to have something for themselves not only to avoid these kinds of relationships but to make a difference in life. There's more to life than having fun and loving your husband.
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