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Money is personal to each of us and deeply related to our histories, childhoods, fears, and dreams of success. For most couples, sharing finances at some point becomes necessary and desirable. So how do you successfully combine finances in a way that protects each person and lets you move ahead together? It starts with good communication.
Money taps into so many emotions that have the potential to be negative, such as fear, shame, and stress. It can also be a core part of our relationships with our parents growing up and navigating maturity and adult life. These can all be minefields when setting out to discuss finances constructively. It’s a good idea to have a framework that allows for the space, respect, and kindness you strive for in other aspects of your relationship.
A study from the Financial Therapy Association found that 79% of people surveyed hadn’t talked... ...
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