Category Archives: Financial Therapy Method
15
Dec

7 Ways to End Your 2015 Money Year with a Bloom

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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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02
Dec

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

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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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08
Oct

Money + Power: 3 Stories from My Own Money Journal

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“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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