QUESTION ⁉️ “How can financial problems affect a marriage?
I’m not married but my boyfriend wants combine finances. He says we can get married after we are debt free.
I am very hesitant. Any advice? ”
This question is such a great question and we have taken our time to answer and break it down for you.
If money stops coming in, it can kill attraction.
If the discussion of money takes away fun, it will kill attraction. How? Isn’t that irresponsible?
If you are experiencing financial issues in your marriage, that stress can kill attraction.
So learning how to create money and income as a couple is one of the keys to avoiding problems and stress in a marriage.
There are also many financial benefits that comes with a marriage.
But you can’t benefit from them if you are not on the same page much less planning and building together.
Is your spouse a good digger or a dead beat or the breadwinner who can’t stop reminding you?
You may have found that counseling is not helping to remove your stress.
Many couples tend to shy away from calling it is as it is; financial stress.
Many women don’t want to be called a gold digger by their breadwinner husband but then; deep resentments against their husband.
Finance issues in a marriage can lead to social issues as well as you may not be able to afford certain lifestyle that friends may be showcasing on social media.
Couples would find themselves in these finance related but camouflaged problems but can’t solve them when they are not on the same page.
It’s connected to every facet.
Money affects every part of our daily lives and it has to be counted and accounted for in our actions and reactions.
So how should you manage your household finances when you are in a marriage with another adult?
Is it about money and finance or it’s about the emotions around these issues as usual?
In this video, we share some creative ways for couples to manage their emotions around finances intelligently.
One theme you probably should pay attention to is the team work and anxiety control.