Money is still seen as such a taboo topic that even parents are uncomfortable talking to their children about it. Society regards money as both profane and sacred, while social and cultural meanings and associations are attached to money.
The Hard Money Talk Show tackles hard financial topics such as financial abuse, spending addictions, financial infidelity, hidden addictions like sex and gambling, marriage issues, mental health, poverty mentalities and so much more!
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This show is all about having HARD Money Talks, especially the ones no one wants to talk about!
Having to choose your job over your child
When you are forced to choose your job over your child. I brought my friend Shane Sams from Flipped Lifestyle to the show to chat about how he was forced to quit his job after a tragic event that happened to his son.
Early Financial Childhood Trauma and how it affects us as adults
In this episode, Ed Coambs from HealthyLoveandMoney.com and Lauren dig into how family of origin trauma, and family of origin problems related to money affect our spending as adults. Then we discuss how to work forward into making financial progress.
Am I Bi-Polar or an Impulsve Spender?
My guest this week is Dr. Thomas Richardson. He is a Clinical Psychologist who has researched the link between financial difficulties and bipolar. In this episode, we unpack impulsive spending issues and how to detect if they are related to mental health and/or bipolar disorder.
What is Financial Abuse in a Marriage – Red Flags and how to get out
99% of Domestic Violence relationships also have financial abuse happening as well. In today’s episode, I talk about my experience with domestic violence and financial abuse. I bring on Genevieve Anderson, a financial wellness coach, to talk about her experience with Domestic Violence and Financial Abuse.
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