Get couples talking about money. Guided activities mean that you don’t need financial or relationship expertise to help couples start communicating about money without conflict.
Have research on your side. This guide was co-created by experts in financial therapy, financial guidance and premarital assessments, and includes activities and discussion that have been proven to reduce stress in couples.
Financial therapy, deciphered. When couples understand why they make the money decisions they do, spending and saving makes much more sense.
THE TEAM BEHIND THE GUIDE
Dr. Sonya Britt-Lutter
Dr. Sonya Britt-Lutter is a Professor of Personal Financial Planning at Kansas State University and a pioneer in the field of financial therapy. Your Guide to Love and Money is the culmination of fifteen years of research into the subject of couples and money.
Prepare/Enrich (a division of Thrivent) has been the #1 premarital and marriage assessment for over thirty-five years. In that time, they’ve helped four million couples and served 50,000 churches and communities. The science behind those assessments helped shape Your Guide to Love and Money.
Thrivent Financial is a not-for-profit membership organization of Christians. For more than 100 years, Thrivent has helped its members be wise with money and be good stewards of the gifts God has given them. Their research contributed to Your Guide to Love and Money.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“I’m finally starting to understand why I feel and think the way I do about money. It’s incredible.” –Carson
“I just really like this information. I learn something new about myself everyday!” –Megan
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“As we use Your Guide to Love and Money with couples, there is one thing that I’ve heard repeatedly: people are appreciative that they’re having this intentional conversation about money. We don’t talk about money in our society. In these sessions, there is structure to start to talk. Before Your Guide to Love and Money, there was just nothing available to formally weave couples through this conversation about their money.”