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Finances in Marriage | Couch Conversations | S1 E4 finance in marriage



Are finances a problem in your marriage? Devale Ellis and Khadeen Ellis talk MONEY with two new couples and dig deep into money challenges married couples face when managing finances together.

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Recorded in 2018

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48 thoughts on “Finances in Marriage | Couch Conversations | S1 E4 finance in marriage”

  1. This is why you shouldn’t cover everything as a man. You should put it all in one pot and handle everything together doesn’t matter who makes what put it all together

  2. Whew communication is important when it comes to finances. The gentleman that said it was convenient to split only when it was beneficial for the woman was an assumption he made because he didn’t communicate. Most women will work with you and do not expect you to shoulder everything because the economy that we will live in today does not always allow that.
    It all just comes down to communication and setting expectations together.

  3. Married for 11 yrs and never had an argument on finances. Firstly, growing up i never had money so i never cared for it. Just having enough made me happy. I was blessed with a wife who is a miser like me and both of us make good money. We have multiple investments and multiple bank accounts. I'm driven by ambition, making money is a consequence. The only thing we love spending money on is travelling. We take too many vacations.

  4. Who @BlackLove is gonna replace my keyboard after that statement at 22:39? There's milk spewed all over this keyboard. I get wire hangers for free at the cleaners 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  5. Very good subject and point to discuss. Cuz before hand no one knows how trustworthy your partner is with your money. That seems the mist scary part of marriage. Always on the look out for what you worked hard for. What if your partner steals

  6. I'm Jamaican and I was taught absolutely zero about finances. Nada. My parents and the people around me didn't know much so I can't fault them but it's so important to teach this to my child so I've started early…

  7. When you marry, you show each other ALL YOUR accounts and you decided to share everything, the finances, the spending, the child support, the food, the communication and so forth. It's like saying, we do 50/50 in walking and talking. we as humans use both feet to walk, NOT JUST ONE…so 50/50 is stressful living, and you SHOULD BOTH BE INAGREEMENT to how to spend the money. Common sense, and you agree on this BEFORE U GET MARRIED!!!

  8. I’ve watched a couple of these today… all the heterosexual couples have described their marriages as “hard work”, “learning experience”, “tough”. The lesbian couple… “rewarding”, “ a blessing” 😂😂😂

  9. "Some of it could've been my delivery because, AS MEN, we're always tryna figure out the best way to deliver information so that our WIVES don't take it the wrong way…"
    As evidenced by the composition, emphasized words, tone & delivery of that sentence, I'm pretty sure he fails at that…a lot.

  10. Im not going to lie marrying someone who I am financially incompatible with would drive me nuts. I like the spreadsheets and frugal spending, although I still like to enjoy life.

  11. A great conversation new couples should watch. Finances is the #1 relationship KILLER because nobody wants to discuss it in the beginning.

  12. This is beautiful love the conversation while I am cooking. 🥘 what blow my mind is when the conversation came up about financial difficulties the security of household expenses. One part of this was about knowing your spouse and their burden that they are carrying.

    When it comes to a marriage it take the strength of both partners to help carry each other’s burden and the burden shouldn’t be on one spouse to carry along but it’s takes both spouse in Unity in oneness and it takes the cooperation of both partners to build their empires together. . ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎

  13. ‘ you need hangers’ 😂😂😂 ‘ it don’t preserve nothing’

    I love this couple, I need to see more of them. I would watch them all day.

    Great episode !

  14. Not sure why folks say spoiled. If your parents took care of you and worked hard to provide a better life, that’s fine. Folks who don’t have that background sound sad when they let the bitterness show.

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