Do any of you beepers find yourself enabling your spouse or significant other? What I mean to say is that do you say "yes" too many times that it gets you into financial trouble? A few years ago my husband wants a limo. I say yes as I thought it would make hime happy. No business plan and the limo still sits in the drive while we make payments. Wanted a new truck. Said yes again. Traded the truck in for a commercial van to courier. Had a wreck in NJ. Was released. Lost money there. And the list goes on and on .. traffic violations that made our insurance sky rocket. I am responsible for paying the bills, but it freaks me out at times and I can't deal with it. When I try to talk about it, I get "it's all about you". What he has done has affected me, our finances and our credit ... not to mention my bp state. Just wondering if I am alone here.
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