Category Archives: Financial Therapy Method

7 Ways to End Your 2015 Money Year with a Bloom


So, I’m sitting in my office now on a wintery snow day, with my 7-year-old out of school, and I’m reflecting on this past year as the snow gently drifts down, leaving a blanket of silence all around. And out of the white silence, what is arising?

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Why tough love doesn’t work with money, and what to try instead


You decide you want to “get your act together” with money. No more surprise overdraft fees, doggone it! You create a strict budget — perhaps for the first time in your life. And each time you overspend … you take out that emotional whip and berate yourself for failing.

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Money + Power: 3 Stories from My Own Money Journal



“Money is power.”
~ Way too many people


Dear Community,

Sometimes, I’ll ask people what money means to them. Not in an academic, theoretical, highfalutin’ conceptual way … but in an intimate, personal, this-is-my-life-story kinda way. And one of the most common definitions I hear is that one up there.

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