No one wants their money issues to affect their relationships but, if current divorce rates are any indication, they do. Our relationships with partners, kids, parents, coworkers, friends, and even sometimes strangers are often rooted in the beliefs we hold about money, and those beliefs were often formed long before the relationship issues arose.
We all approach economic situations differently. How money affects our relationships isn't just about how much we have stashed in the bank. Instead, it's often a function of the emotional limitations we've created for ourselves, based on our long-held beliefs about money and its place in our lives.