Money‌ ‌and‌ ‌its‌ ‌Relationship‌ ‌With‌ ‌Emotions.‌

Although it may seem otherwise, our relationship with money is more emotional than we would like to accept. Just like how we are emotionally attached to different objects that we own, our relationship with money will most likely always have some level of emotional attachment, and it depends on us whether those emotions related to our money are positive or negative.

Having a good relationship with money is just as important as having a good relationship with any loved person in our lives. However, when talking about money, most people will recoil from the topic or have some bad comment about it.

Those bad thoughts or comments related to money may come from the beliefs formed around childhood, that tell us «money is bad», «money turns people bad», or even «Money is just not for us».

Money beliefs created during our childhood will most likely accompany us until early adulthood, and it can be difficult to remove them from our minds, especially if those beliefs were reinforced by seeing or having difficulties related to money while growing up, making us link money with only bad emotions and thus, making us take bad financial decisions; which will in time create emotional distress in our life.

However, it is not impossible to remove those beliefs from our lives and start our relationship with money afresh.

In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about how money beliefs affect our financial life, making us create a bad aura around money and maintain a scarcity state of mind. She will also share a few tips on how to change your relationship with money to a positive one, that will potentially help you get to a healthier emotional state of mind.

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Dr. Carmen Román. PSY 28460 CA

carmen@emotionsinharmony.org

501 Stockton Avenue, San Jose, CA, USA

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