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April 9, 2021

Why Keeping Score in Relationships is a Good Idea [Bread & Wine]

Nicole Hill and Andy Hill

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Some folks say keeping score in relationships is a bad idea. We disagree.

Nicole and I discuss how keeping score in our marriage helps us keep our sanity and helps each other feel loved. We discuss how this scorekeeping has changed throughout our marriage and why it may be a helpful relationship tactic for other couples.

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Andy Hill

Andy Hill is the award-winning family finance coach behind Marriage Kids and Money - a platform dedicated to helping young families build wealth and happiness. Andy's advice and personal finance experience have been featured in major media outlets like CNBC, Forbes, MarketWatch, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and NBC News. With millions of podcast downloads and video views, Andy’s message of family financial empowerment has resonated with listeners, readers and viewers across the world. When he's not "talking money", Andy enjoys watching his kids play soccer, singing karaoke with his wife and watching Marvel movies.

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Marriage Kids and Money Podcast

About Marriage Kids & Money

The Marriage Kids and Money Podcast is dedicated to helping young families build wealth and happiness.

With over 300 episodes and counting, we've interviewed millionaire parents, award-winning authors, and personal finance experts to help you find your version of family financial independence.

On Fridays, you'll hear me and my wife Nicole discuss life, money and relationships on our show "Bread & Wine".

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