New Webinar: How to Make This Love Triangle Work - Jacquette M. Timmons

Have you and your honey ever had a fight over or about money?

Have you ever felt awkward initiating money discussions with your beloved?

And yet…do you know what shows up beginning with you and your sweetie’s very first date, but never, ever, goes away?

If you answered money, you WIN!

But if you and your mate are like most couples you don’t always feel like you’re winning when it comes to this whole love + money “thing.”

Webinar - Thursday, May 2nd at 1pm EST
Love (a human emotion) and money (a universal utility) are an inevitable intersection.

But like a lot of couples, you two might also find it easier to talk about everything else including sex – more openly and more easily – than you do talking about money?

Talking about money just feels downright awkward and uncomfortable – even if you’ve been together for yeeears! Even when the conversation is mostly a good one…meaning you’re not struggling – just trying to make sure you’re doing the “right” things, in the right way, at the right time.

When this unease surfaces, you not only wonder where is the protocol and etiquette book for how to have the “money talk,” but you’re genuinely confused…

You can’t for the life of you understand why s/he does what they do when it comes to money. It’s the polar opposite of what you were taught to do and how you choose to manage your money, and as the months and years go by, you discover just how wide the gulf is…and you wonder if you’ll ever be in the same book, let alone on the same page.

Conversations you intend to go smoothly devolve into full-blown fights that leave you both feeling a bit angry, disappointed and maybe resentful.

You love your honey dearly and you’re tired of money being the culprit that chips away – bit by bit – at the intimacy of your relationship.

In truth, it’s a bit of a misnomer to suggest you don’t talk about money. You probably talk about it all the time…but I bet those are mainly transactional conversations about money.

More likely, you discuss the seemingly mundane (like where to eat) to the more significant (like where to live or how much how you plan to set aside for your child/rens college, if applicable). But somehow, finding the time to be strategic and proactive so that you are leading how your money works for you is elusive.

Heck, you might be so entrenched in money leading you – in being reactive to your circumstances – that you’ve forgotten (presuming you even knew) there’s another way!

You’re stuck…you recognize that talking about money is a little deeper than just discussing the dollars and cents.

But where do you begin? You don’t know what to ask, how or when.

There’s an alternative and that is what I’d love to share with you on May 2nd.

Because here’s the thing: The more you proactively talk about money, the greater your chances of experiencing emotional and financial security, which when you think about it is precisely what you need to create the lifestyle you most desire!

Whether managing the intersection of love + money is a small or large struggle for the two of you, this upcoming webinar is designed to address the common challenges and questions couples (straight or gay; married or unmarried; together 3 months or 30 years) have.

This 60-minute experience is designed to be attended by both of you – consider it your “money” date. When we’re done, you’ll have a communication strategy you get can immediately begin putting into practice.

Nice, huh?! 🙂

So, let’s have “lunch” and talk about what most couples don’t want to discuss…love + money!!! Just enter your name and email above and press “Register for Webinar.”

Hope to see you there!!

 

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