Emotional and financial infidelity do not necessarily mean the death of a relationship. Open and effective communication may save the romance. Has your partner been secretive about funds?
Financial stress is an insidious beast and, if left unchecked, it can wreak havoc on every aspect of your life. It can do damage to your health and tear apart your family. Yes, a money problem can snowball into a myriad of other troubles if you fail to cope with it effectively. Don't let your financial woes change who you are and don't let them infect the rest of your personal life. Instead, take positive steps to manage these stressors and keep your world intact. Here's how.
A personal development coach says that long term financial management for women is a slow process that starts with self-awareness and moves slowly each day towards self-healing. Learn how to forgive your past mistakes and find future financial success.
There are many types of crises that can enter our life. These can be natural disasters, problems in our relationships, facing life changes, discovering significant health issues, or any of many other things. Some crises are very intense and concentrated while others occur over a longer period of time. The effects of some crises are relat
Times are tough right now and holidays are right around the corner and so are lots of expenses. Every one of us is scratching our heads and trying to figure out ways to bring in some extra cash. You may need extra money to buy gifts or just to pay the rent.
The new novel, 'Denting The Bosch' by Teresa Link follows three empty nesters who are more than free to enjoy their golden years with their spouses, but instead, are presented with certain crossroads—spurred by infidelity, money woes and shifting desires—that change their lives forever.
Women want to feel empowered with money, but it may not be a concern for them until they are facing a breakup or divorce. The best way for women to recover from a breakup, is to get comfortable and powerful with money fast. Women Who Attract (or have left!) Mr. Wrong, need different money advice and education than women who don't have, or have never had, man or money drama, and they need a different kind of information than men.
You can find pot, condoms, and topless women at the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in New York's Zuccotti Park. In an article yesterday, the New York Post painted a picture of debauchery among the protests, filled with homeless looking for free food and young people getting down in sleeping bags.
Would you ever go out with someone who was against Occupy Wall Street? Lola: Not everyone here is taking themselves so seriously. Holly: If a guy didn't at least find this interesting, he's probably too stiff and I wouldn't want to date him anyway.
Recovering from an unexpected financial crisis involves both a plan and an attitude shift. Sure, bad things happen unexpectedly, but the way out of them is smart thinking and a strategy. If you find yourself facing a money emergency, here's how to get out of it with grace.