The emotional stress of going through a divorce can cause some to act irrationally with their money. It’s important to seek guidance during those trying times to avoid making costly, emotional mistakes.
In this episode, Leah Jones and Christine Luken, founder of Financial Dignity Movement, discuss three emotional money mistakes women make during a divorce. Christine explains what financial dignity means, and highlights the importance of not feeling ashamed to ask questions of people advising you, whether that’s your attorney or financial planner.
- Three emotional money mistakes women make while going through divorce
- What financial dignity means
- Why you should have a counselor or therapist you can speak with while going through divorce
- Why you shouldn’t be embarrassed to ask questions of your attorney or financial planner
- And more
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About Our Guest:
Ready to master your money and become a financial success? Then you need Christine Luken, the Financial Lifeguard in your corner!
As the Founder of the Financial Dignity® Movement & a Certified Financial Counselor, Christine has coached hundreds of high earning professionals to pay off staggering amounts of debt and massively increase their net worth over the past twelve years.
Christine’s books, Money is Emotional: Prevent Your Heart from Hijacking Your Wallet & Manage Money Like a Boss: A Financial Guide for Creative Entrepreneurs, have landed her almost 100 podcast and TV interviews, establishing her as the authority on money and emotions.
When she’s not coaching clients from her office in Cincinnati, you can find this Certified Divorce Specialist & member of the Financial Therapy Association curled up with a good book, a fluffy cat, and a strong cup of coffee.