" BOSTON (CBS) – Money is often the biggest source of conflict within any marriage. Some couples are now getting help so they can call a truce when it comes to their financial objectives.
Paige Buck and her husband are happily married, but it seemed that any talk of money was filled with friction.
“We weren’t happy with the way we talked about money,” she added.
The Buck’s decided to take a new approach and went to see a financial therapist. This is a growing trend in which money and feelings are discussed openly with a professional.
“Financial therapy is the place where money and our personalities connect, when there’s a difference between what we know and what we do,” said Saundra Davis of the Financial Therapy Association "
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