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Learn to Face Money in a Gentle Way - Don't Miss This!

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Mar 1, 2019 10:15:00 AM

Do you literally vibrate inside with panic when the topic of money comes up? Is your money anxiety due to under confidence or frightening conversations you heard as child? You know money self-care is as important as taking care of your health, your children, your career, but you just can't face it? We completely understand. This seminar has been created especially for you.

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Topics: fear of money, money selfcare, womenandmoney

Help Loved Ones by Putting Money Self-care on Your List

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Sep 10, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 

Sometimes my clients move appointments further out this time of year. When the sun is shining, barbecues are scheduled, and summer camp is around the corner, life is a flurry of activity. There is hope and warmth and fun. Money has traditionally been last on their list, falling behind TV re-reruns and cleaning out the garage.

Any reason is valid to avoid the shame, fear, or embarrassment that arises around money. We choose to live with the underlying hum of money anxiety rather than confront it in the open. 

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Topics: personal finance, savings, money anxiety, fear of money, money selfcare, reduce debt

How Fear Clouds Reality

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Sep 4, 2018 11:01:00 AM

My clients are terrific. They are all unique with their own special gifts and ways of looking at the world. I learn something from each of them. And yet, the way they feel when they first come to me is so incredibly heartbreaking….and unnecessary.It takes incredible courage to admit that their financial situation isn’t where they’d like it to be, and to bear their souls about the inner most secrets of their financial lives. Just that alone is enough for me to want to wrap my arms around them and protect them from further hurt.

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Topics: divorce, anxiety, money anxiety, fear of money, fear

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