Many couples argue over money, but what if your spouse yells at you for overspending, takes away your credit cards or even demands you turn over your paycheck? Be careful: You might be married to a monetary bully.
Specialists say financial bullying have a few trigger, from frustration to get out of debt, to stress and anxiety stemming from earlier experience, to control dilemmas. “If anyone is just utilizing funds for regulation, it is a huge warning sign,” says Brad Klontz, economic psychologist and author of “Mind Over revenue.”
In a 2013 on the web poll by CreditKarma.com, one in 10 American people in committed relationships said they were are economically bullied by their spouse or live-in partner.