More than half of women recently surveyed by AOL Living and Women’s Day magazine say their husbands are not their soulmates, that they sometimes regret marrying their husbands, and that they have considered leaving their husbands at some point. Of the 35,000 women surveyed, nearly 50 per cent say that their husbands’ personalities were the first thing that attracted them and more than 50 per cent say that their husbands’ personalities are still their most attractive trait.
52 per cent say they don’t believe in fairy tales or fate. Or at least, that’s what we presume they mean when they say that their husbands are not their ‘soulmates’. On the other hand, 72 per cent say they’ve considered leaving their husbands at some point or another. The good thing is more than half the respondents claim their husbands say “I love you” every day, or “fairly often.” And 71 per cent expect to be married to their husbands for the rest of their lives.
The bad part is, more than half of the women surveyed say they are either bored in bed or can’t remember the last time they made love. Approximately 60 per cent rarely or never have date nights, which we think, might be contributing to their lackluster sex lives. Also, more than 50 per cent say they wished their husbands either made more money or made more time for them. And nearly half say their husbands have changed for the worse since getting married.
Courtesy – YourTango.com