Have you ever really, really wanted something but then sloughed it off because the likelihood of saving the money to achieve it was super low? You may have just thrown away the possible. How could I know this? For two reasons: research and client experience.
Infidelity is a sizzling topic, and Financial Infidelity is new on the scenes. According to the research Financial Infidelity in Couple Relationships 2018 by Jeanfreau, Noguchi, Mong and Stadthagen, 27% of people admit to keeping a secret from their partner but 53% do keep a secret from their partner. Are they lying? OR, is what they’re doing just not considered infidelity in their minds?
Do you impulsively shop…a lot? Do you use it for self-soothing, escape, or quality time with someone? The reason why you over shop is unique to you. How it impacts your life as you spiral out of control falls into several patterns that look like this:
We’ve shed a lot of blood to be a free nation. It took vision, conflict, faith that there could be a better way, and guts. Was it worth it to become 13 independent colonies years ago? I think all Americans would say absolutely. Was it worth it to become 3 colonies known as Canada years ago on July 1? I think all Canadians would say absolutely too. And today, we still challenge each other everyday with different ideas, religions, legal interpretations, morals. We are a work in progress.