A Couple's Guide to Creating True Financial Intimacy
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  • Author: Deborah Price
  • Product Code: 81273
  • ISBN: 978-1-60868-127-3
  • Pages: 224
  • 1 Paperback
  • Size: 5.50 x 8.50


Money issues have long been the number one cause of relationship disharmony and divorce, yet when it comes to identifying and changing unhealthy money patterns and behaviors, many couples feel helpless. Money coach Deborah Price has taught thousands of people how to work together to resolve money conflicts and create a financially empowered future. In these pages, she presents strategies and tools for creating financial intimacy while learning to communicate about money issues calmly and reflectively, rather than reactively. With inspirational stories and practical techniques and exercises, this book will help you and your partner:

• learn the language of financial intimacy and talk about money in a healthy and empowering way
• recognize and change unhealthy money patterns
• identify which of the eight money types apply to each of you and understand the impact they have on your life, your relationship, and your finances
• build a mutual sense of financial security and confidence
• work through setbacks and challenges to make your relationship stronger than ever before


The Heart of Money is the book that all couples and committed business partners have been wanting! It is an invaluable resource that shows how to effectively address and resolve financial differences and issues. Once again, Deborah Price makes a complex subject accessible and empowering. She breaks the money taboo and opens a door for meaningful dialogue, providing practical tools that catalyze resolution and restore respect in direct, open, and honest ways. A timeless, relevant, and compassionate guide for everyone!”
Angeles Arrien, PhD, cultural anthropologist and author of The Second Half of Life

“In a world where money is one of the main conflicts in many relationships, it is a joy to find a book that turns this potential source of discord into an avenue for intimacy. Imagine that instead of being a wall between you and your partner, money issues can become a door to greater knowing, connection, and joy. In this wise and openhearted book, Deborah Price has trounced one of the last relationship taboos.”
Daphne Rose Kingma, author of The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart

“How wonderful to have a practical guide to empower couples to discuss their sensitivities and differences around finances. The Heart of Money will assist readers to bring about mutually respectful decisions that will bring satisfaction and fulfillment to all issues related to financial challenges. Whether working cooperatively to generate more income or being content with what we have, the intimacy, trust, and happiness that result from deep understanding is indeed our greatest wealth.”
Linda Bloom, LCSW, coauthor of 101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married and Secrets of Great Marriages