Have you ever been depressed after paying the bills?
Have you ever regretted buying an expensive luxury item during an emotionally low time?
There defiitely is a connection between your heart and your wallet. In Mind Over Money, the authors provide an in-depth look at how financial problems develop as a result of trying to feel better about yourself. Nance and Charlesworth show that by changing your habits and attitudes toward spending and focusing instead on financial goals, you will see dramatic improvements in your emotional and physical well-being, not to mention your financial health.
According to the authors, if your body, mind, spirit, or relationship are not in order your finances will be affected. In fact, obsessive spending, excessive debt, and financial mismanagement can cause you to be depressed, anxious, or unhappy, among other things.
As Mind Over Money helps you determine what area of your financial life-style needs the most healing, it provides guidelines for reaching financial wellness in that area.
Discover financial peace of mind while also revitalizing your emotional and physical well-being with Mind Over Money.