Something we hear an awful lot from therapists and couples is echoed in this post for a lecture by Aaron Kipnis, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist in Santa Monica, CA:
Money is a subject often more taboo than sex, religion or political affiliation. The myriad money complexes both clients and therapists bring to the consulting room reveal many parallels between it and psychology. Money is the number one reason married couples separate and many families are torn apart by their economic issues.
Money Habitudes is used by therapists and couples alike to facilitate a constructive, engaging, enlightening dialogue about money and financial issues, from family of origin influences to money secrets to real and perceived slights around money.