How Couples Overcome Money Conflicts
Fighting about money is something that most couples eventually end up doing. These types of arguments need to be handled in a new way that brings down the temperature of the argument as fast and as calmly as possible.
Being open about the financial aspect of your partnership is a part of the relationship that a lot of people shy away from because they don’t know how to approach the subject of finances without causing an argument. And the problems from money issues remaining in the dark snowball to a point that causes so much stress on a relationship that the relationship cannot recover from. Splitting up and divorce ends up being the only viable solution.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. In “Dissolving Money Conflicts” you’ll learn how to approach these difficult talks with your partner that doesn’t cause the relationship to suffer, but rather, to grow as you both become closer and each of you are better understood.
Dissolving Money Conflicts by Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks
Stop fighting about money!
You can end the fighting, have calm and rational talks about your shared finances and enjoy true partnership and a common vision for your future with money, no matter how much or how little money you have now.
You don’t have to be chronically broke and miserable, either! You can have money in the bank and still learn how to feel closer than ever with your partner when money and budgets are talked about. Both scenarios are possible, and we can show you how.
We’ve shown hundreds of couples how to use these same techniques to eliminate money struggles from their relationship.
As long as you’re willing and committed to change, we know you can enjoy money harmony, too.
Money woes between couples often happen because they don’t talk about money until it’s too late, there is a financial crisis of some type.
Unexpected expenses and bills, such as a car accident insurance bill, home repair bill, sudden unemployment, anything that costs money that you have not saved for.
Step-by-step you’ll learn how to approach the topic of money with your partner without forcing them into a corner or feeling the need to turn what started as a calm discussion into an argument about responsibility or fault finding.
Preview “Dissolving Money Conflicts” and save your relationship when talking about one of the most volatile subjects couples tackle.