New York, NY (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
EarnTheNecklace.com, a revealing and engaging web site with articles written by women who exchange their stories and confessions about being in a relationship with a much older man, is releasing its expert opinion on a new survey that shows a large majority of people do not end up with their “one true love.”
According to the survey, 73% of respondents admitted that they “settled” on their current partner because they weren’t able to be with their one true love. On top of that, a surprising 17% said that they met the love of their life after dating their current long-term partner. Incredibly, almost half (46%) said they would leave their spouse or partner to be with their true love. (Source: London, B., “We don't expect happily ever after: One in seven adults is in a long-term relationship with someone who isn't the love of their life,” Daily Mail web site, August 20, 2013; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2397881/One-seven-adults-long-term-relationship-class-love-life.html)
“For years, people have dismissively rejected the idea of a sugar baby/sugar daddy arrangement, saying it cheapens the idea of dating and the institution of marriage, and that relationships should be based on love,” says Riya Beaumont, EarnTheNecklace.com’s content editor. “The fact of the matter is, when it comes to traditional relationships, true love is illusive. In fact, many make do with what they’ve got, and would leave their partners if given the chance. That’s not the most resounding endorsement for the institution of marriage.”
These results seem to echo a study that looked at infidelity in the United States. Those results found that almost a quarter of men (22%) admitted to cheating on their spouse, while almost 15% of women said the same thing. That number jumped significantly (74% and 68%, respectively) if they knew they’d never get caught. (Source: “Marriage Infidelity Statistics,” StatisticBrain.com, September 8, 2012; http://www.statisticbrain.com/infidelity-statistics/)
“What this tells me is that people who look for love the old-fashioned way don’t find it,” Beaumont adds. “For relationships to work, people need to find someone they are compatible with, which is more about depth than physicality. For example, we don’t bat an eye when a woman says she only dates tall men with dark hair, which is 100% genetic, but we get self-righteous when we see a younger woman dating a rich older man—which shows he’s at least ambitious.”
“The experts at EarnTheNecklace.com know that in every relationship there are trade-offs. It may not sound entirely romantic, but there is more to a successful relationship than a subjective and fluid emotion like love and biology,” Beaumont concludes. “Strong relationships happen when like-minded couples come together. Sugar babies just happen to think it’s important to find a successful, passionate, ambitious man, while sugar daddies like the idea of being with a beautiful, smart, younger woman who keeps them young at heart. If a person wants true love, they need to look beyond their heart.”
To learn more about Earn the Necklace, visit the web site at http://www.EarnTheNecklace.com. The site wants to hear from women dating or married to men 20 years or more their senior! And if it’s a story they publish, they’ll pay $500.00, with an opportunity to write more.
About the Web Site: Earn the Necklace (EarnTheNecklace.com) is a web site featuring stories written by women in relationships with much older men, who want to help other women in the same situation. The site helps women in this position understand and navigate the potential ups, downs, joys, trials, and even unforeseen consequences, all based on real-life stories from women who have been in the same situation. Plus, the web site offers other celebrity gossip and juicy stories, all geared to those who are in a relationship with a much older man.