3 Ways to Avoid Financial Infidelity…AND Improve Your Marriage
3 Steps You Can Take To Stop A Money Controller
Research shows financial infidelity is on the rise. Financial infidelity is any lying, hiding, or hoarding of money in a relationship. And, frankly, it is a perfect recipe for divorce. But, the good news is there are definitely ways to avoid financial infidelity. When we were in Denver filming a segment for the Everyday Show […]
Yes or No: Are You Guilty of Small Acts of Financial Infidelity?
Carla works hard managing the household. The boys are growing like weeds, the hurricane destruction drove the price of groceries through the roof, and don’t get her started on the increased fees at her public school. She can’t seem to keep everyone happy on the “allowance” she’s been assigned to do her job of running […]
We’ve talked about this before. Financial infidelity is a big issue—one we deal with all the time when counseling couples. Before you think it couldn’t happen to you, listen to this. In a recent Forbes poll researchers found “there’s a 20% chance your spouse isn’t being entirely honest with you when it comes to money.” […]