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Does Your Money Affect Your Self Worth?

When we feel powerless over money, we often feel a loss of control in many areas of our lives. Self confidence in ourselves is important if we want a sense of confidence in our financial dealings.

Money is present in almost all areas of our life. Managing our financial situation is often impacted by how we feel about ourselves and vice versa. Our relationship with our money often mimics our relationship with ourselves and others. When we feel powerless over money, we often feel a loss of control in many areas of our lives. Self confidence in ourselves is important if we want a sense of confidence in our financial dealings.

Do you believe that you control your financial destiny?

Do you deserve to be financially secure? Do you think you ever will be?

Do you see yourself as financially independent or dependent on others to take care of you?

Money does not have to control your life. You can learn to have an understanding of how you use money as friend or foe. You can take charge of your financial goals, live within your means, and have confidence in your ability to maintain your goals.

Money basics can be learned. Knowledge about personal finance gives us the tools we need to conquer our fears about it. Understanding that financial literacy, how we feel about ourselves, and our sense of competence go hand in hand. You can change your attitude about your relationship with money and yourself.

Believe in yourself and your ability to create wealth both emotionally and financially will follow.

Understanding how your relationship with money impacts your life will empower you to conquer many aspects of your life.

Contact us to find the direction to meet your financial and personal goals. We are uniquely qualified to help you address your financial outlook as well as your emotional well being.

About the Author

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Lorraine Ell

CEO and Senior Financial Advisor

As the CEO and co-owner of Better Money Decisions (B$D) Lorraine is excited to help others solve challenging financial problems. For those experiencing dramatic change such as divorce, retirement, or the loss of a loved one she is a dedicated advisor and acts as equal parts investment manager, financial planner, coach, and personal guide. It’s her mission to help families lead their best financial lives.

Author of the book, Bozos, Monsters and Whiz-bangs: Bad advice From Financial Advisors and How to Avoid it!, Lorraine is also frequently quoted in MarketWatch, Investment News, Investor’s Business Daily, Yahoo Finance, and The Wall Street Journal.

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