We learn about money in school, but not about how to talk about it — and yet, it's one of the of biggest reasons why people argue in relationships.
One dynamic we often see in relationships is when one person is a spender, and the other is a saver. The spender might have years' worth of credit card debt or student loans, while the saver might have good credit and minimal or no debt. When two people have opposing views on finances, it can easily lead to conflict.
The first (and most crucial) step to avoiding a relationship disaster is to simply talk about it. When that moment comes, make sure you avoid these five common mistakes: