- By Bethany Palmer

First Comes Love, Then Comes Money

  • Title: First Comes Love, Then Comes Money
  • Author: Bethany Palmer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
  • First Comes Love Then Comes Money Happy Couples Know How to Talk About MoneyThe number one cause for divorce is financial infidelity Now The Money Couple reveals the missing ingredient needed before any financial program or plan can w

    Happy Couples Know How to Talk About MoneyThe number one cause for divorce is financial infidelity Now The Money Couple reveals the missing ingredient needed before any financial program or plan can work healthy financial communication This book tells you how to Diagnose your level of financial infidelity Identify your individual Money Personality Master the Money HuHappy Couples Know How to Talk About MoneyThe number one cause for divorce is financial infidelity Now The Money Couple reveals the missing ingredient needed before any financial program or plan can work healthy financial communication This book tells you how to Diagnose your level of financial infidelityIdentify your individual Money PersonalityMaster the Money Huddle and the Money DumpAchieve financial goals once and for all

    1 thought on “First Comes Love, Then Comes Money

    1. Much like Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover, the Palmer's guide to financial communication for couples is now a staple of my financial library. Instead of focusing on how to get out of debt or manage your finances in a way to make tons of money, they talk about how to talk to your spouse about money. With the biggest cause of divorce in this country being money issues, somebody was bound to make a lot of money fixing this problem. I'm hoping the Palmers are doing just that.The framework they us [...]

    2. This book is more for couples who already have financial problems ,but there was definitely some valuable material in here that I plan in the future.

    3. First Comes Love Then Comes Money- The Money Couple Blog Tour & ReviewFalling in love and getting married involves a whirlwind of emotions and activities that hardly ever broach the subject of money. But do you really know who you're marrying? What their money personality may be? I can tell you the majority of marriage breakups are due to money in one respect or another. Our finances and money personalities are rarely a subject of talk but figuring out you and your partners tendencies toward [...]

    4. People in relationships think, most of the time, that the money thing will just work itself out. This turns out to be untrue, and people wind up feeling betrayed, upset and afraid for the future. This book is great for either avoiding that or dealing with it now that you are there.Very common sense, a very compassionate approach. In my personal library for sure. it was recommended by an article talking about marriage money problems (most divorces are about money), and it did not disappoint. Also [...]

    5. This book is geared towards couples who are currently struggling in their relationship over financial issues. But I read it along with my fiancé as we prepare for marriage and want to get started on the right foot; the book worked well for our needs. I loved how it de-personalized the source of financial strife by focusing on money management styles. The chapter on fighting well was excellent. Lots of practical advice without a preachy or condescending tone. We feel better prepared for future f [...]

    6. This little book offers a "money personality test" where you can determine which of five money personalities fits you best: Saver, Spender, Risk Taker, Security Seeker, and Flyer (as in "fly by the seat of your pants"). Then the authors share how to improve communication between different personalities. It's helpful though a bit dated, and I'd recommend it for anyone wanting better communication with their loved ones about finances.

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