Relationships and Finances

Everyone knows the drill: you and your spouse begin to talk money, and one of you becomes upset. Then, in response, the other person gets angry. Within moments, a simple financial discussion can become an all-out war.

I’ve never been one of those people who could throw their hands up when riding a roller coaster. I suppose I know that holding the safety bar is just a false sense of security, but I do it all the same. My husband, on the other hand, hates roller coasters, but once he’s convinced to ride one, it’s arms up all the way.

Financial Opposites