View topic - -しかないもの
I think you understand しかない right? It just means nothing (ない) but (しか), "We always have no choice but to fight with money" kind of thing
もの ending a sentence usually implies a kind of emphasis and explanation to the situation, or acknowledgement of the situation. I'm sure somebody else can explain far better than me. It also turns up a lot in the more colloquial もん form. And, as with this sentence, it is a device often used by women.
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