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Today we dig deeper into financial abuse, the warning signs when dating, and how to see the red flags before it's too late. In today's episode, I bring on Kellye Sayre founder of The Diamond Arrow Group. Kelly Sayre empowers women with realistic tactics and tools to help them live life safely and on their own terms. Her refreshing angle on women’s safety emphasizes non-physical, proactive situational awareness techniques that recognize and avoid threatening situations before they happen.  With a grounded approach and high energy, Kelly works with law enforcement, nonprofit, corporate, and youth organizations on emergency preparedness, situational awareness training, and personal safety. This episode is full of practical tips for anyone who is in the dating world, has children who are dating, or wants to be aware of the warning signs of financial abuse.
Americans Likely Owe Hundreds of Billions of Dollars in Total Medical Debt. A new KFF analysis of government data estimates that nearly 1 in 10 adults (9%) – or roughly 23 million people – owe medical debt. Today I brought on Marshall Allen who is an author and educator who helps you to protect yourself from egregious health care costs. He has spent more than fifteen years investigating the health care industry as a journalist, exposing the insidious ways the system preys on vulnerable Americans: price gouging, sloppy billing, fraud, insurance denials, unnecessary treatment, and more. If you have medical debt or are afraid of it, this is a must listen to episode!
In today's episode of the Hard Money Talks show, I brought on Shannah Game to talk about how to change your money mindset! Mindset is everything when it comes to financial decisions. Shannah lost everything in a divorce and had to start over from scratch. As you can imagine, her mindset really needed help so she started learning how to fix that. This is a powerful epsisode! 
Are you worried about talking to your aging parents about their money? Are you worried that something will happen to them and they won't' be able to communicate with you about their estate? In this week's episode, we talk with Cameron Huddleston about how her father passed away without a will, and she had to manage taking care of her mother with Alzheimer's while managing her estate and affairs. This is a very uncomfortable conversation for anyone to have, but Cameron is here to talk to us today about how to make it easier.
In today's episode of the Hard Money Talks show, I talk about why you are being held back financially. Why do you continue to struggle with your finances? I dig deep into the reasons why you can't stick to a budget and what to do about it. I brought on Financial Therapist Steven Hughes to talk about Financial Behaviors and the reasons why people aren't able to financially make a change for the future.
Research shows money stress can make people up to 20 times more likely to make a suicide attempt. We saw this issue come to light recently with the popular TV show 'Squid Games'. Financial hardship is a common problem. The average American is $52,930 in debt. This includes money owed for mortgages and leases as well as student loans; it also includes credit card debts that many of us are very aware can have physiological effects on our lives - like stomach issues or headaches. But did you know financial hardship is a major risk factor for suicide?   In this episode, we talk with Melanie Lockert, author of the blog and book 'Dear Debt' and host of the Mental Health and Wealth Show. Her blog and podcast highlight the intersection of money and mental health and provide content and resources for those struggling. The site and the podcast aim to support those who are struggling with debt and depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and more. This episode is so needed for anyone who struggles with debt and/or mental health.
Do you have a young adult who just can't seem to get their financial act together? Is he or she unemployed and still living at home? Do you have a teenager who refuses to get a job? This podcast is for parents of teenagers and young adults who want the best for their kids but are beginning to realize their OWN financial independence, and financial separation from their children has to become a priority as well. My guest on today's podcast is Bobbi Rebell is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, host of the critically acclaimed Money Tips for Financial Grownups podcast, and author of the new book “Launching Financial Grownups: Live Your Richest Life by Helping Your (Almost) Adult Kids Become Everyday Money Smart”
Discovering that you’ve been a victim of a narcissist can shatter your self-esteem and everything you’ve believed in. Your self-worth and finances may be at an all-time low and you just want to hide under the covers and hibernate. In this week's episode of the Hard Money Talks Show, I bring on Tracy Malone, author of the book "Divorcing your Narcissist: You can't make this shit up". Tracy and I are both survivors of narcissistic abuse, and this week we sit down together to talk about how we were affected emotionally and financially by being in this type of relationship. This episode will be eye-opening to many of you! Tracy’s Narcissist Abuse Support website offers resources to victims from more than 145 countries. In addition, she is the host of a Facebook group with more than 11,000 members; a YouTube channel that has reached more than 1.3 million survivors; and a Pinterest Narcissist account that has seen more than two million monthly visitors. Visit narcissistabusesupport.com
You are not alone if credit card debt has gotten out of control more than once in your life. Michelle Lambright Black, aka The Credit Writer, was in and out of credit card debt twice while teaching others how to build credit. Listen in for all the juicyness and get yourself some encouragement along the way.
So I know it’s difficult to make decisions on what to do with your money and then try to implement them—especially when you add in the military. It can never be simple. It’s usually a combo like PCSing with a new baby or renting out your house during deployment.  In today's episode of the show, I bring on Lacey Lanford from the Military Money Show to talk all about the financial challenges of being in the military.
It's typical when someone gives up one addiction to turn to another one. In this episode of the Hard Money Talks Show, I talk to Linda Parmar a Certified Money Coach© who helps women who are ready to repair their relationship with money.  Linda is a recovering alcoholic and in this episode, she talks about how when she gave up drinking her addiction turned to shopping. 3 years into her sobriety she realized that her spending addiction was out of control.  The feelings she used to numb with alcohol were now being numbed out with spending money. This is called addiction transference.
In this episode of the Hard Money Talks show, we talk to Jason Brown from Power Trades University. Jason is a millionaire who focuses on teaching others how to invest in the stock market. He wasn't always a millionaire though, as a child he slept on the floor in inner-city Detroit. Today we unpack the topic of poverty mentality and what it takes internally to go from rags to riches. Jason breaks down the mental barriers he had to overcome from bars on the windows to a million-dollar home. 
In this episode of the Hard Money Talks Show, we are discussing one secret addition, Gambling. Today we talk to Jeff and Brian - both recovering gambling addicts who lost it all. They are the hosts of 'All In: The Addicted Gamblers Podcast.' We unpack this hidden addiction, the warning signs, how it can be hidden from spouses and how to recover. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.laurengreutman.com/the-secret-addiction-of-gambling
We cannot ignore the fact that alcohol is an issue in today's society. Today I brought Matt Paradise on the podcast, who was once a homeless alcoholic. Now decades sober, he is a financial educator and wants to share his experience on how he got his life and finances back on track after such a hard time with his alcoholism. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.laurengreutman.com/from-homeless-alcoholic-to-financially-stable
Lauren and Genevieve are both financial professionals who found themselves in abusive relationships with financial abuse present. In this episode, they talk about their stories, how to spot financial abuse early, and how they both escaped their abusive relationships. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.laurengreutman.com/genevieve-anderson-how-to-spot-financial-abuse-in-a-marriage-and-how-to-get-out
Dr. Thomas Richardson is one of the leading researchers on how BiPolar and mental health affects overspending. He is a Clinical Psychologist who has researched the link between financial difficulties and bipolar. He is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton and lives with Bipolar Disorder himself. In this episode, we unpack impulsive spending issues and how to detect if they are related to mental health and/or bipolar disorder. For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.laurengreutman.com/dr-thomas-richards-how-bipolar-affects-our-spending-how-to-know-if-your-overspending-is-associated-with-mental-health-issues
Ed and I dig into how family of origin trauma, and family of origin problems related to money affect our spending as adults. Then we discuss how to work forward into making financial progress. For more information, visit the show notes at https://laurengreutman.com/ed-coambs-how-to-deal-with-family-financial-trauma
What do you do when you are faced with the choice of choosing your job over your kids? In this episode of the Hard Money Talks Show I interview Shane Sams about a Hard Money choice he had to make - to either quit his job or choose his job over his son.
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