Having a financial voice is essential because that is how we speak up for ourselves financially, make financial decisions and have a say so with money. Unfortunately people in toxic, abusive relationships find themselves without a financial voice.
In this episode, Debbie O’Hara, a proud bilingual money coach, shares with us what “financial voice” means to her and the hardest thing that she learned from her experience of not having one. She also shares some examples on how money can be used as a weapon in a toxic relationship and the one thing you must do if you want to get your financial voice back.
You will also hear the following in today’s episode:
- What having a “financial voice” means to Debbie
- Some examples on how money can be used as a weapon in a toxic relationship
- The one thing you must do if you want to get your financial voice back
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↳How Debbie’s parents handled family finances when she was growing up. [3:10]
↳How her mother’s lack of financial voice impacted her as an adult. [4:09]
↳What having a “financial voice” means to Debbie. [7:44]
↳The hardest thing Debbie learned from her experience of not having a financial voice. [9:16]
↳Some examples of how money can be used as a weapon in a toxic relationship. [10:40]
↳The biggest fears that are common for those who are in a situation similar to Debbie’s. [11:52]
↳The one thing you must do if you want to get your financial voice back (or strengthen it). [17:41]
↳Her exact strategy that helped get out of a $48k credit card debt in 2 years. [20:55]
↳Debbie focuses on her YouTube channel. [26:05]
Resources From This Episode:
Connect with Debbie: Debbie O’Hara
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