See It, Want It, Buy It
Like many other young couples today, Candice & Clint want it all, and they want it now. They’re both guilty of the typical spending crimes – financing multiple cars, eating out, electronics, entertaining, purchasing home furnishings and over extending themselves on a mortgage they can’t afford. But what sets them apart from other young couples is the sheer amount of debt— $80,000— which they’ve racked up in five short years. Now, the debt is threatening their ability to start a family. Candice feels powerless to stop her husband’s spending. Unless Gail can get fun-loving Clint to focus on what’s really important, these childhood sweethearts could end up apart.