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Why Monday is the Best Day for Making a Fresh Start

Many of us like to use the weekend to unplug and relax, and ideally, that means that when Monday rolls around, we’re refreshed and revitalized. “Just like rebooting your computer…

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How To Do a Holiday Gift Exchange on a Budget

When it comes to setting a budget for the gift exchange, Joyce Marter, a licensed psychotherapist and author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant…

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A Guide to Coping With Debt and Financial Stress

You can feel hopeless about improving your situation if you keep telling yourself that your problems are too big or that you can’t handle them on your own. “Our ego…

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Should Teens Contribute To Saving for Education?

“While some parents may struggle with feelings of guilt or shame in not being able to afford to pay for college, it is important to practice self-compassion and understand there…

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How To Be a Financially Gracious Houseguest When Staying With Friends or Family

Whether you’re heading out of town or need a local place to crash for at least a few nights, you’re saving a ton of money by staying with friends or…

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GOBankingRates: How To Handle Tricky Matters That Come Up When Kids Ask You for Charity Donations

Joyce Marter, a licensed psychotherapist and author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life, recommended preparing a short and sweet response to have on…

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GOBankingRates: How To Best Handle These 4 Messy Money Matters That Happen With Family

A relative has asked you for money — either a loan or a gift — and you’re not sure what to do. Joyce Marter, a licensed psychotherapist and author of…

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Authority Magazine: Licensed Psychotherapist & Author Joyce Marter: “Why Divorce is The Perfect Time to Teach Children About Money”

Divorce is a time of financial change and transition and as much as parents may try to protect their kids from worry or being caught in between financial disagreements between…

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Psychology Today: Are Your Mother’s Money Beliefs Making You Buy Ugly Shoes?

After trying to address her thoughts and feelings about money in therapy for a few weeks, my client Jasmine came into session excited to share her new revelation. “My mother’s…

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5 Ways to Tell If a Deal is Saving You Money

A good sale can be hard to resist. Don’t you love it when one of your friends compliments your outfit and you get to say, “Thanks, it was on sale”?…

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