We have developed the Healthy Financial Relationships toolkit from a range of sources, including those listed below.Sanders, S. (2015). Strong Beginnings: Financial Equals. WIRE: Melbourne. }Retrieved from: https://www.wire.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Strong-Beginnings-Final-Report-2015.pdf).Scott, A. (2019). Healthy financial Relationships. Lecture Week 12 s2 [mp3] Retrieved from AUT UniversityNicholson, K. (2020). Healthy Financial Relationships. Unpublished ManuscriptPennington.S, (2013, April, 29th ), family finances, Sydney Morning Heraldhttps://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/parenting/family-life/8608765/Blended-family-financesMorrall. A, (2013, December, 01), Blended families and finances, Tots to Teenshttps://www.totstoteens.co.nz/money-matters/blended-families-and-finances/Blending Families, Pascoe and Barton Investment Advisors and Portfolio Managershttps://www.pascoebarton.co.nz/articles/blending-familiesEdmunds. S, (2020, August, 14th), New Zealand women’s problem: less money, longer lives, Stuffhttps://www.stuff.co.nz/business/money/300078162/new-zealand-womens-problem-less-money-longer-livesConnolly. F, (2019, Nov 7th), Financial abuse: what to do when a loved one uses money as a means to control you. Financially Fit Podcasthttps://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/financially-fit/financial-abuse-what-to-do-WfyLFYdO8DH/Other resources of interest:Has a video regarding research about women being seen as spenders and men as investorshttps://www.mirror.co.uk/money/men-make-money-women-spend-12149137Dumb things couples fight abouthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4Z_OfXDVUcA call to Men: Tony Porterhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td1PbsV6B80 Back to the Healthy Relationships Hub Good Shepherd NZ has built this toolkit in collaboration with Dr Ayesha Scott of AUT’s Finance Department.