By Dr. Charles Richards
Why is it that just when everything seems to be going well financially and you feel like you’re getting ahead, something seems to crop up that alters your plans? In my practice as a psychotherapist, I’ve seen this pattern play out in clients and others many times. If this has become a pattern for you, you may be unknowingly engaging in behaviors that are hurting your relationship with money. To uncover how you can stop sabotaging yourself financially, let’s look at ten common ways people psychologically undermine their relationship with money and what to do about them.
Tying Your Self-Esteem to the Amount of Money You Have
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