“The ability to communicate clearly, remain organized, focus on shared priorities, handle conflict, and lead together well, removes barriers to a deeper and more intimate connection, allowing more room and desire for sex.”
How are your finances looking?
How often do you and your spouse have sex?
Could there be two more awkward questions? For some people trying to find an answer that doesn’t bring a busload of shame and embarrassment…it would be more enjoyable to get a root canal without any freezing. Talking about money and marriage can be a very toughy thing; a truly humbling and humiliating thing.
It doesn’t have to be. Your money and your marriage shouldn’t be a topic that makes your blood pressure skyrocket or causes you to have an anxiety attack. You may not want to talk about it in public, fine, but should you live like that if your husband or wife asks?
The answer is ‘no’, and Cherie and Brian Lowe are here to help with that. Continue reading “Your Money, Your Marriage by Cherie and Brian Lowe: Book Review”