What’s Your Money Attitude?

TULSA, Okla., – If you scratch the surface of almost any money issue, you’ll find relationship issues complicating, if not actually driving the problem. In this economy, it is natural for couples to feel stress about what to spend and how much to save.

Family & Children’s Services is hosting “What’s Your Money Attitude” Thursday, Jan. 14 from 6-7:30 p.m. to address these and other financial issues that can cause rifts in relationships. The class, which is part of the Love & Commitment series, will teach attendees how to:

· Talk about money without losing love.
· Save and spend together.
· Understand how upbringing, culture and gender influence how each partner approaches relationships and money differently.
· Solve problems together in ways that promote teamwork.
· Discover practical ways to get what you both want most.

“Love & Commitment” programs are held on the second Thursday of each month. Upcoming topics include: The Power of Play Feb. 11, Above & Beyond March 11, The Five Love Languages April 8, Understanding and Combating Infidelity May 13 and The Power of Commitment June 10.

The price is $20 per couple and $15 for each individual.

For more information about the series or to pre-register, contact Carrie Little, program coordinator, at 918.560.1376, or visit the agency’s website at www.fcsok.org.

About Family & Children’s Services
Since 1925, Family & Children’s Services has worked to ensure that children, families and individuals across the lifespan experiencing emotional, behavioral and family problems have a place to turn for professional help, regardless of income. Today, our life-changing services help one in six Tulsans.
Family & Children’s Services is a member agency of the Tulsa Area United Way and Rogers County United Way. F&CS is a member of the following national organizations: The Alliance for Children and Families, Mental Health Corporations of America and the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare. Family & Children’s Services is certified as a community mental health center by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and is accredited by the .

Updated 01-11-2010

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