How Your Sex Life and Student Loans Are Connected

How Your Sex Life and Student Loan Debt Are Connected

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Who hates student loan debt, but loves sex?

Yeah, me too! 

Before my interview with Shannon McNay and Erin Wiley, I didn’t realize how these two topics were so intertwined.

Erin is a Marriage & Family Therapist and Shannon is a student loan expert from Student Loan Hero. These two professionals conducted a new research study about the correlation between student loan debt, relationships and sex.  

The findings were quite revealing and we’re diving into those results today on the show.

What are we covering today?

Erin, Shannon and I discuss:

  • Top level results from this revealing survey on relationships, sex and debt
  • Recommendations for overcoming student loan debt as a couple
  • Our personal experiences with student loan debt and our relationships

As they say, knowledge is power. Let’s get all these facts straight so we know how to improve our finances, our relationships and our sex life.

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About Our Guest:  Erin Wiley

Erin Wiley
Erin Wiley, Family Therapist

Erin Wiley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Northwest Ohio whose areas of expertise include marriage counseling, family therapy, parenting coaching, and adolescent issues. She speaks to groups across the country on topics related to improving marriages and strengthening families.

About Our Guest:  Shannon McNay

Shannon McNay
Shannon McNay of Student Loan Hero

Shannon is a personal finance writer at Student Loan Hero. She also uses her past experience working in strategy and marketing to spend her spare time mentoring creatives on how to find their purpose, build a brand, and get paid for the work they do.


Money Master of the Week

Congratulations to Mark from Salt Lake City who recently paid off $180,000 in student loan debt!

He’s now created a much brighter future for his young family. It wasn’t magic either! He refinanced his student loans, increased his income and reduced his expenses in order to pay off his mountain of debt. 

Mark from Salt Lake City is our Money Master of the Week!

If you have a financial victory you want to share on this show, please leave me a voicemail (or email) and include your name, location, your big win and how you did it. Your story will inspire others to save more, make more and plan for their family’s future.


Show Notes

ARTICLE REFERENCEDDebt in the Bedroom:  32% of Student Loan Borrowers Report Decreased Libido

STUDENT LOAN HERO6 Best Banks to Refinance and Consolidate Student Loans in 2018

OUR GUESTShannon McNay on Twitter

OUR GUESTErin Wiley Therapy

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Carpe Diem Quote

“The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.”
– Moliere

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Author: Andy Hill

Andy Hill, a mid-30’s father of two living in the metro Detroit area, pens the MarriageKidsandMoney.com (MKM) blog taking you through the trials and tribulations of being a young parent and husband who is planning for his family’s future and winning with money.

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