They say that money is the root of all evil. But what’s the root of money?
Specifically, what’s the root of your relationship with money? Haven’t you been wondering why you face so many financial challenges? Why you and your partner can’t seem to get this part of your relationship “figured out”?
Understanding the origin of your money story and how that continues to impact you even now, is powerful. There are some answers there that a financial advisor can’t tell you. Answers that are more than “Save more, spend less.”
The more you uncover your earliest impressions with money, and the more you face those unresolved financial issues, the more you can heal your relationship with money and therefore the one with your partner.
Money is an individual and personal experience, so understanding how it has shaped and influenced you, gives you more effective tools to interact with your partner when faced with financial differences.
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Ed Coambs has over 20 years of experience working with money. From teaching several different church-based financial programs (which piqued his initial interest); to an MBA (concentration in corporate finance); to Vanguard with the designation of Certified Financial Planner; to a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy, Ed has been exposed to clients across the wealth spectrum and facing a variety of financial stressors.
He’s become a thought-leader in the field of Financial Therapy - which is the professional field that blends personal finance and counseling psychology together to effect positive, lasting change for clients. Ed helped a team of professionals develop the designation Certified Financial Therapist - I™ which ensures the highest quality of care to those interested in receiving Financial Therapy.
Begin to understand the origins of your financial conflict and how that is now impacting your life, relationship, and family.