The LoveFeed discusses the financial burden of breaking up.
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Allison Castillo: Times are tough and when the going gets tough, the tough may not be going anywhere. So what to do when it seems like your breakup might break the bank. That was the dilemma faced by your tango's -- Anderson when she confessed to her sister that she had almost cheated on with boy friend and wanted to leave him. Her sister said advice if you are going to break up with him, you better have an exit plan in place, that means money. Anderson had a hard question to answer. Was it worth trading the financial and emotional security she had built up just because they had stopped having sex, she isn't alone. 34-year-old Susan stays with her husband for seven years because he generates most of the household income. Staying in a sex stop relationship still has remarkably more appeal than living with room mates. After all who wants to worry about who ate the yogurt when forced to choose between sex and comfort many woman choose the later. Let's face it, while sex may be exciting, they probably won't pay half the rent or bring chicken soup when you are sick and it definitely won't take you to Spogo on your birthday.
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