We are Jewish. I’ve heard you endorse Dave Ramsey and vice versa. His methods have helped me greatly. However, my 34 year old daughter is at a financial crossroads and desperately needs help. When I suggested that she take a FPU course or at least listen to him or read his book, she says, “Oh, he’s that Christian guy. No, I’m not doing that.” How can I get her to open up to his message?
I listen and the Christian references don’t bother me. How can I get her to open up and help herself? She is a struggling actress in CA, in the middle of a divorce.
Thanks in advance for your answer.
Firstly, please accept our compliments and admiration for being open to Dave Ramsey’s tough but true teachings on finance. He has helped thousands of people and we are glad you’re among them. We are sorry about the pain you feel at your daughter’s self-destructive ways and your apparent inability to help her see the road map. However, we do think we can help you. Without knowing your daughter, we can only make a few guesses as to what her problem with Dave Ramsey really is. Here are our top three choices: