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The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

Sep 22, 2020

My guest this week, Carrie Casden, has a really interesting approach to talking about money. In this episode, we are talking all about our relationship to money in the face of divorce. Carrie Casden is a business manager and financial coach.  She coaches clients toward financial wellness and how to make smart fiscal decisions. 

There's often a variety of emotions that come up when talking about or dealing with money. If you don't work on the feelings now, it's going to be much harder to stay on a budget during divorce.  

Carrie helps us understand what it means to unpack our money stories. She helps us get to the heart of money issues and empowers us to make financial decisions for our future. 

In fact, our conversation can be summed up as one about empowering women to take responsibility and control of their own financial security, stability, and futures.

Show Highlights

  • How to unpack and understand your relationship with money. (7:22)
  • The difference between a conscious and subconscious relationship with money. (7:56)
  • There's always sort of an emotion attached to money. (10:56)
  • Money archetypes and why understanding your pattern will help you make money choices more wisely. (11:48)
  • Money behaviors, and why we feel like it's an underutilized portion of friendship. (39:06)
  • How to figure out which money archetype you are. (47:26)

Learn More About Carrie Casden:

Carrie Casden is a business manager and certified money coach at Summit Financial Management in West Los Angeles.  She coaches clients across the United States towards financial wellness and helps them understand their conscious and subconscious relationship with money.   She works with clients going through divorce and guides them through the sometimes overwhelming financial steps involved with ending one chapter and creating a new and more meaningful one.

Resources & Links:

Carrie on Instagram

The Ultimate Divorce Survival Guide

Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group