How Debt Affects Marriage
Your world operates best when certain rules are followed: you shouldn't jump off tall buildings, drink cleaning products or poke sticks in your eyes. Rules also apply to how you function in your financial world: you shouldn't spend more than you make, borrow when you know you can't repay or "rob Peter to pay Paul." Unfortunately, many Americans violate these, and other wise financial principles which can lead to "stupid debt." This type of debt can be the equivalent of financial suicide, and can be as painful as jumping off a tall building. Not only that, but it can hurt your marriage.
When you and your mate spend less time talking about bills and financial woes, the more time you can spend dreaming, laughing, enjoying each other's company and getting a good night's sleep. Why? Because you aren't worrying about how you're going to pay your electric bill.
With the right tools, you and your spouse can learn how to manage your money intelligently. Your bank account will grow and so will your love life.
Let us help. In this module, we've provided time-tested advice to help you move toward financial freedom, and get more of the love you're longing for.