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What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
What's Love Got To Do With It | Richard tan success resources
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If you plan to talk about money, always air your feelings first. Otherwise, negotiations will always break down.

If you plan to talk about money, always air your feelings first. Otherwise, negotiations will always break down.

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  • 1. WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT Tips On How To Avoid Fight In Relationships Regarding Money
  • 2. If you plan to talk about money, always air your feelings first. Otherwise, negotiations will always break down.
  • 3. If you can’t deal with the pressure of speaking face to face, start small. Write down your feelings so you can more clearly articulate them with your partner.
  • 4. HERE ARE SOME IDEAS YOU CAN TRY WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR YOUR BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND:
  • 5. 1. Find a non-stressful time when money is not a loaded issue (definitely NOT tax season) and when you can be alone.
  • 6. 2. Take turns sharing your childhood memories about money. How did your parents save it, spend it, talk about it? How did they deal with allowances? How did that make you feel and how does it affect you today?
  • 7. 3. Share your old hurts, resentments and fears about money.
  • 8. 4. Mention your concerns and fears about your partner’s money style. Then acknowledge what you admire about their methods and what you secretly envy.
  • 9. 5. Share your hopes and dreams. Talk about your goals for the future, short and long-term.
  • 10. 6. Consider making a shared budget or a spending plan together that meets the hopes and the goals that have come up on your list more than once. Start with areas of common ground.
  • 11. 7. Set a time to have the next money talk. Aim for weekly conversations in the beginning, then monthly ones.
  • 12. Success Resources Pte Ltd Main Office: 10/11 Pahang Street, Singapore 198611 Toll Free: 1800 7822 377 Direct: +65 6299 4677 Fax: +65 6295 2441 Email: info.sg@srpl.net Website: http://www.srpl.net

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