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Love & Finances

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if money really did grow on trees? Money is a common source of friction in relationships, particularly in today’s difficult financial times. When left untreated, money problems may damage the trust and understanding necessary to maintain a healthy relationship. In some cases, financial disagreements may even lead to separation or divorce. Some examples of money matters that can cause a couple to fight: When there is a financial crisis and you do not agree on which bills are priorities over other bills. How money should be spent. For example, do you want to save for a house and are you in a relationship with someone who is content with renting? One of the individuals continues to spend money without thinking about it and the other person wants to save for a rainy day. Are you a spender or a saver? If you’re in a relationship with a person whose money style is your opposite, you will continue to have problems in the future. One of the individuals is not truthful about their finances. Does one partner make more money? Substantially more? Oftentimes, when one partner earns substantially more money, that partner feels entitled to control the money and the other partner often feels undeserving or less worthy due to lower income. Here is my advice to solve… Read More »Love & Finances

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You can’t let other people tell you who you are. You have to decide that for yourself. Trying to convince others is time that could have been spent living one’s own truth. Michael D. Gatson

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Life is a journey. And on that journey, we will run into challenges along the way. When this happens, we all can use the insight and support of a caring person. Here, you’ll find inspiration to help you reclaim your life. I utilize my training in psychology and social work to assist individuals with functioning at an optimal level as they transcend their challenging situations. -Michael D. Gatson