Do you have financial intimacy with your partner?
I define financial intimacy as,
“Being able to work together and share your thoughts, feelings, needs, and wants with your partner about money in a safe space where you feel like you are being heard and that your needs are being reasonably met.”
- Feeling intimidated to bring up the subject of money
- Feeling criticized or ridiculed about your money decisions, money questions, etc.
- Being dishonest about money management with one another
So, what part of financial intimacy does your relationship need to work on? Which part is your relationship very strong on?
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