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Married couples and money psychology

Married couples and money psychology

Finance
The money personalities of Savers and Spenders don’t have to cause stress in a marriage (though they often do). These psychology tips can help married couples manage their finances with minimal or no conflict; they’re based on advice from “The Money Couple” and authors of First Comes Love, Then Comes Money (Harper Collins 2009), Scott and Bethany Palmer. Recognize Different Money Personalities The first tip for resolving financial conflict in marriage is to become aware of how Savers and Spenders view money. It doesn’t help to keep fighting about the credit card bills or mortgage payments! What may work better is to talk about how parents, childhood experiences, and marriage affect spending and saving habits. To peacefully manage finances, both spouses need to be aware of how the pas
How social media affect your physical and mental health

How social media affect your physical and mental health

Health
Did you ever ask yourself if you can live a day without checking your social media? Will you feel anxious or even a bit lost if you can’t check it out during a few hours? If the inevitable truth of those answers is yes, that is a sign you might have fallen a victim to the evil side of social networking. Pretending we don’t know what the negative effects of social media on society are won’t stop it from affecting us in a certain way. Even though we might recognize the benefit and positive sides of social media, unfortunately, it is not always the bright beautiful sea of it. Focusing on the ‘dark side’ of social media and how exactly it is bad for people, means that physically and mentally speaking the effects are undoubted. Spending to much time on these could be adversely changin