How to Connect and Develop Financial Intimacy in Your Marriage
Think you can avoid money fights by not talking about it? Learn and use these conversation starters to develop financial intimacy, get on the same page with money, and have an extraordinary marriage!
Financial Intimacy and Marriage
Normally people associate intimacy with physical or emotional, but a long-lasting marriage takes more. you two can connect with intellectual activities, spiritual moral values, having fun and relaxing, and yes, financial intimacy.
If you been listening to the show for a bit, you know that the money itself is usually not the issue, but a symptom. To a degree, once the bills are paid, how we spend or use money is a reflection of our priorities.
It’s all connected.
And we neglect or ignore talking and working through things, our marriage can suffer.
What if you’ve been married for some time, can you turn things around? Not only fix your finances but become more open as a couple.
Fortunately, Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo are on the show to share their story and help make things easier. They’re the dynamic duo behind One Extraordinary Marriage where they explore developing a stronger marriage.
In this episode we get into:
the challenges Tony and Alisa faced with debt
how they started those conversations about money
creating a system with their family finances they’re both happy with
Hope you enjoy!
Resources to Building Your Marriage and Financial Intimacy
Looking to connect as a couple with money and more? Here are some wonderful resources to get you started!
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