Three Tips To Keep The Recession From Depressing Your Relationship
Mar 16, 2009 17:47
Money can ruin relationships, but by talking honestly about finances with your significant other, you just might emerge from this depressing recession as a couple. Even if your finances are deteriorating, there
are a few ways to keep your money problems from rotting your
1. Talk!: Every couple
should be able to honestly talk about their finances. If you are in
trouble, your partner needs to know because it affects them too. Work
together to set shared goals and make sure you're sticking to them.
2. No Secret Spending: Surprise your significant
other with flowers, not debt. Agree to jointly discuss any spending
over a certain limit, $200 maybe?
3. Keep Giving Each Other Gifts: Just because
finances are tight doesn't mean you can't spend a little to show your
love. Think small meaningful gifts like homemade albums instead of
How are you and your partner handling finances during the recession?
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