Real Money Real People Chat: My mother stole my identity and my spouse fights with me…help!
We’re back with your weekly dose of opinionated and practical tips about improving your relationship with your partner and with money.
In this week’s episode, you’ll find out:
Ways to cut down on arguments with your partner or spouse and how to stop judging them for their past
How to get the pay raise that you earned and deserve at work (Most people hardly ever obtain a raise because they fail to implement this simple technique)
What to do about friends who don’t support your dreams and purpose, along with how to own your truth and surround yourself with people who have the same drive as you and the experience to help you get yourself to the next level
Steps to take when your identity is stolen by a loved one
Have you ever heard of establishing your top 5? As the popular saying goes: “you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with”. Choose wisely and re-evaluate who you spend time with and whether or not you can support each other and help each other reach goals.
Coach Sheena expresses how people can only take you as far as their experience goes, so check out her advice for expanding your network and connecting with experts in your field.
During the webinar, we all had quite a few conflicting opinions about what you should do when a loved one like your mother is caught stealing your identity and signing up for things in your name. It’s a touchy situation no one wants to think about, but it happens more often than you think so it’s important to realize what you need to do to protect yourself if you ever wind up in that situation.
As always, we look for people who are active in the chat box during the live webinar and choose someone to win a book with cash each week. This week, Coach Sheena’s book was up for grabs for one lucky winner so be sure to check out the live webinar next time to participate in the giveaway.
We’re adamant about financially literacy and providing you with real answers and solutions to all your personal finance and relationship questions. Let’s connect and join us next week!