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Money On Your Mind: the Psychology Behind Your Financial Habits
[Paperback - 2024]
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Category: Business
Sub-category: Finance & Investing
Publisher: Lagom Uk | ISBN: 9781788708180 | Pages: 352
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THE HUGELY ANTICIPATED SOLUTION TO ALL YOUR MONEY CONCERNS FROM FINANCIAL PSYCHOTHERAPIST VICKY REYNAL AS SEEN IN WEEKLY DAILY MAIL COLUMN An incredible voyage of financial self-discovery with plenty of "aha" moments[...] Think of this as financial therapy with feeling - Claer Barrett, Financial Times Essential reading for anyone who has ever earned, spent or saved money. Highly recommend - Adam Alter, New York Times bestselling author of Irresistible, Anatomy of a Breakthrough and Drunk Tank Pink Do you find it difficult to stick to a budget? Do you hide purchases from your partner? Do you often argue about money with your family? One of the most important relationships we have is with money, yet we are often unaware of what drives our habits and feelings related to it. Money can be a cause of anxiety, shame and conflict in our everyday lives. A complex web of emotional factors, past experiences and personality all determine the money choices you make and how you feel about them. But how can you overcome these emotional hurdles to make better financial choices? Financial Psychotherapist Vicky Reynal dives into different money behaviours such as overspending, underspending, money secrets and self-sabotage to uncover how our past experiences impact our relationship with money. Reynal reveals how an emotionally absent parent can result in comfort shopping, how bullying in school can lead to overspending, and how absorbing a parent s lack of boundaries can stop you from making rational financial decisions. Through a mix of case studies, client stories and expertise in psychotherapy, Money on Your Mind will help you unpack and understand what is driving your financial behaviours for an improved and healthier relationship with money.

Vicky Reynal is the UK s first financial psychotherapist and runs her own clinic in London specialising in financial therapy. She writes a weekly column for the Daily Mail answering reader questions as their money psychotherapist.

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