WHEN SHE MAKES MORE Shows How to Thrive in a Relationship When You're the Richer Half
NEW YORK, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR WHEN SHE MAKES MORE
"When She Makes More delivers exactly what a female breadwinner today needs: road-tested, effective, and exceptionally pragmatic advice for navigating tough financial terrain while making the move toward a stronger, healthier relationship."
-Tony Robbins, Entrepreneur, Author & Peak Performance Strategist
"InWhen She Makes More, Farnoosh Torabi unmasks the challenges female breadwinners face and provides solid solutions for protecting your finances and your relationship."
- Tory Johnson,Good Morning Americacontributor andNew York Times#1 bestselling author ofThe Shift
In every major city in this country, women under the age of thirty are out-earning their male counterparts, and the number of married couples across every age bracket with breadwinning wives is four times greater than it was four decades ago. But the bad news is, these women face much greater challenges than those in traditional relationships: they are less likely to get married, and if they do, they are more likely to be unhappy, feel pressured to work less, take on the lion's share of the housework and childcare, and more likely to get divorced. Their marriages are also uniquely vulnerable to infidelity on both sides.
Enter personal financial expert, media personality, and breadwinner herself Farnoosh Torabi who addresses this growing issue head-on in her upcoming book WHEN SHE MAKES MORE [Hudson Street Press; May 1, 2014, ISBN: 978-1594632167]. Superbly researched, deeply insightful, and a fun, liberating read, WHEN SHE MAKES MORE is an indispensable resource for any woman who brings home the baconand hopes to keep her love and family life alive and thriving. Based on dozens of personal interviews and an academic study of nearly 1,000 top-earning women, the book reveals 10 counterintuitive rules these women must follow in the 21 st century to manage (and take advantage of) this unique circumstanceemotionally, socially, and financially.
To start, managing money isn't just a matter of numbers and spreadsheets; it's emotional. More often than not, the struggles stem from deep and highly nuanced layers of expectation. It is much more about the mental game and psychological forces at play than the coordination of who pays for what and how to make sense of the dollar signs. It's also about navigating an entirely new landscape when it comes to planning a family, managing children in this new economic order, and staying on top at work while under the duress of a society that still thinks it is a man's world.
In the book, readers discover: