Fri, 20 November 2015
Financial infidelity can be defined as the secretive act of spending money, possessing credit and credit cards, holding secret accounts or stashes of money, borrowing money, or otherwise incurring debt unknown or unwilling to one’s spouse, partner, or significant other. Unfortunately in many marriages, infidelity of this sort is a very present threat to the health of that union.
The good news is that there is hope if you find yourself faced with this situation. We can personally speak to this fact because financial infidelity almost ruined our relationship.
However, through prayer and perseverance, we were able to recover from it. To help us navigate this tough topic, we reached out to lawyer and author Valerie Rind to shed some light on this subject.