Carrie Krawiec, family therapist at the BMC, recently was quoted on Shondaland.com to discuss financial infidelity. Financial infidelity, like other forms of infidelity, is a serious relationship issue that creates lasting distrust and discomfort between couples. It is defined by a partner concealing harmful spending habits from the other, leading to financial repercussions like debt and bankruptcy. Carrie notes three steps for admitting financial infidelity as a start to working through these issues:
- Sincerely apologize.
- Take responsibility without excuses.
- Take all steps and measures to make sure the behavior doesn’t repeat itself.
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