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So you go to college to -- nicely wrapped up.
You get back to get that job you're sure of it back to get a nice salary moving -- your own a common life is looking good.
Then suddenly the job doesn't show up.
You got no money what do you do.
And that's what you do stuff that's not the best situation where anybody really -- a lot of occasions not a moment but that.
Not fairly all your life that's so how do you make it look we're joined now by Scott Palmer and Bethany -- Carlo or dissolve the funny that money personality speaking the same love and the money language who have some tips for making all of this.
Work a flexible.
It can't work it I.
You have to believe they've gotten there GAAP -- for.
-- that but it's not easy to do this there's so many compromises -- -- be made on everybody sucked practically speaking and medically speaking I guess that the defense.
Absolutely it's so important to understand that win you.
Graduate you think I'm gonna get a -- that's the first thing you think that oftentimes it doesn't happen like he -- so we've got to.
Really think about it intentionally if you move back with mom and dad in the first tip is remember that you are not the box.
Going into their home and you need to review aren't out of gas in your parents' home yeah so it's an important to remember back I think we think all of us go back to her old ways -- you are gaps in the home that she -- -- your stuff.
I'm glad they don't use you don't leave it exactly -- -- -- -- was turned into a jam and I had a very.
-- battle of the I.
So that's the one abilities of setting expectations -- we mean by setting -- the solutions where you sit down and how to really clear conversation of what's expected of you.
I mean now that you're moving back home are you required to mow the lawn on Saturdays.
What you -- paying for where you gonna keep your stop is that gonna be confined to your room and what we find is that.
Win and we sit down and have those types of conversations and really set the expectation hey mom and dad this is what I'm thinking.
What are you thinking the parents and say you're crazy this is how this is gonna work and what's gonna have.
Happen is that expertise as we said in its gonna make that really tricky transition which will be tricky a lot smoother -- and then I'd get to look.
I've got -- -- I have to learn at a point.
It's really detrimental -- -- -- on your work history you have a big gap.
So make sure that you go.
Fifteenth inning and I think he's done nothing that would -- don't have that gap even so make sure but your -- also that's good for your parents of -- -- shown here you are staying at their home.
Probably eating their food he and you want to make sure that you're showing you bet you are actually taking steps in order to -- get to work.
And reviewing your money personalities which goes to the -- of you'll -- absolutely.
What we discovers that they're spiked -- -- personalities.
Everybody -- a primary money personality and second during my personality and what those might personalities do.
If -- drive the way you think about money spend money use money use your parents' money.
It it dictates everything that's happening on how you use money and so my understanding not only how you view money.
But just as important how your parents you might mean it's gonna make life a lot easier for instance if my dad is a -- and I'm a spender and I just moved back and and I'm spending money he's gonna look at me like what are you doing and why -- you spending money you know you're back you're staying with us and you should be saving and getting ready to invest in new apartment.
And so understanding this money personalities very.
Everybody has two of the 59% to submit to your parents have to you and you probably between two parents and what you've got six money for signs all running around bumping into each other -- three million or so.
That we understand those differences because the right in the fight so.
It's not necessarily changing your personality Savannah point five keeping the lines of communications open because honesty is everything I legally and checking in because what you decide weapons and the first point you wanna set expectations -- how long are you going to be staying right but that's pretty good guy.
And you know he's got that right but you better check in and make sure that that's expectations haven't changed in -- stayed there for a month or two with a changed has it changed and herein has changed on the air and just making sure that you checking in -- in -- a cup.
Above -- was weighing in -- -- -- says LL living in the moment that when I was a kid it was moment -- moving in with you -- times Jane I don't know I don't know why.
Now Raymond says it's -- -- but the kid and and the parents I've been on both ends of that equation -- -- -- it's a -- that's a lot of emotional stress for everybody it really is I mean we have I don't know when I graduated I had to move back home for couple months until I found a job and he's not a loser and right and I turned out I am okay.
So it is a big transition 85% of students are moving back home and I'm sure I know for me there was a little bit a sense of defeat but you just -- Man up woman up whatever go get that job and it'll work -- you know.
All right well great to have you both at Bethany install on -- -- -- all the book the five money personalities will open up there on the screen speaking the same love and the money language.
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Then where do you -- -- -- -- -- great to see thank you so much for being here is perhaps that's.
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