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We all have expectations about how to spend money, where it should come from, how much is needed for financial security, how important it is, and whether or not we can trust other people to be responsible about money. When these expectations come up against a partner's competing ideas, serious trouble can result. Money conflict is, after all, the most common factor cited as grounds for divorce.
This practical and insightful guide helps you and your partner understand your individual money personalities. Its techniques will teach you to successfully negotiate and communicate about money, merge your money management styles, and implement the right money management techniques to achieve financial freedom together.
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This book is for readers who feel that their primary relationship is plagued with money differences or difficulties and for marriage and family therapists helping couples with such issues. Conflict over money can be disastrous for couples but is often given short shrift in financial guides directed to them. Ours is a true self-help guide that offers essential and active steps to help couples achieve strong psychological insights into their own money personalities, navigate thoses differences, and improve communications around this hot button issue.From the Inside Flap:
First comes love and then comes¡Kmoney.
Maybe you and your partner are at opposite ends when it comes to money. You're a spender, your partner a saver, or vice versa. Or maybe you and your partner agree on what to do with your money, but you just can't seem to make ends meet. Whatever your situation is, you'll find solutions in these pages.
We all have expectations about how to spend money, where it should come from, how much is needed for financial security, how important it is, and whether or not we can trust other people to be responsible about it. When your financial expectations clash with your partner's, or when you stubbornly hang onto your old ideas about money, serious trouble can result. By uncovering these hidden issues, you can experience more prosperity, joy, and intimacy in your relationship.
This workbook helps couples whose fights over money erode their good feelings toward each other learn how their different core money styles lead to conflict and how to resolve this conflict without getting a divorce. Every couple who fights about money should read this book before money issues come between them. - Matthew McKay, Ph.D., author of Couple Skills, When Anger Hurts Your Relationship, and Thoughts & Feelings
Finally! A practical, easy-to-use manual to guide couples through successful communication about the troublesome area of money management. - Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D., author of Infidelity on the Internet and E-health, Telehealth and
Jonathan Rich delivers the most successful and helpful answers yet to couples in conflict over their coins in his powerful new workbook, The Couple's Guide to Love and Money. This is destined to be a best-selling aid and will do for financially stressed couples what Spock has done for stressed-out parents. It's a winner! - Michael R. Mantell, Ph.D., clinical and corporate psychologist, author, Ticking Bombs: Defusing Violence in the Workplace and Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: P.S. It's All Small Stuff, 1988
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Book Description New Harbinger Publications, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1572243112
Book Description New Harbinger Publications. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1572243112 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0672832
Book Description New Harbinger Publications, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1572243112