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Breaking away from emotional spending isn’t easy. It takes time and effort. But if you can no longer afford to let your emotions dictate how you spend your money, consider the following five step action plan.
Money can be a messy, touchy subject in even the best of relationships. But if you happen to end up with someone who holds wildly different views on money management, things can get downright painful.
Mentally separating your money into multiple categories can be helpful, but it can also be costly if you aren't careful.
The origins of mental illness are varied and complex, but one contributing factor that has the potential to impact nearly everyone at some point in their life is personal finance. Researchers have repeatedly found a clear link between mental and financial health.
For many people, spending sprees and splurges aren’t just occasional mistakes - they’re signs of a very real problem with shopping.
Frugality is great, but did you know that it's possible to be too frugal? Fear of spending money can be terribly damaging to your health and personal relationships. Here are the warning signs.
All stores of all shapes and sizes employ a variety of psychology tricks to get you spend, spend, spend. Here's how you can recognize those tricks and avoid them.
Without knowing it, your financial decisions are all influenced by bias. Find out how those biases impact your choices and how they may be costing you a lot of money.
All purchases - big and small, practical and impractical - come from the same place within you. Understanding that place can make an enormous difference in how you spend your money.
Most of our major decisions come from our emotions - our gut. Then we ask our brain to justify those decisions. To avoid being preyed on by retailers, flip the script and learn how to buy with your brain.
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