Don’t Let Financial Pressure Drive a Wedge: Relationship Expert Dr. T. Charles Brantley

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Relationship expert, Dr. T. Charles Brantley, talks with Ryan and Jocelyn about finance issues between spouses.

“One is the spender and one is the savor,” says Brantley. When it comes to relationships, it will always be about working together, especially when money is involved. Brantley also says that it is best to cut up all credit cards because it causes stress and pressure between you and your spouse.

Also, joint accounts are fine to have, but always make sure the accounts are never too big.

For more finance advice within your marriage, watch the video above!

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TC’s  20th Book was just published “Married Bed Unfilled” about what he describes is an “epidemic of men not wanting to be intimate with their wives.”

Order your version of TC’s book here: www.amazon.com/marriage-bed-unfulfilled-epidemic-understanding

Don’t forget to download TC’s Strong Marriage App

For more information on healthy relationships, go to www.rest.org.

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