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How to Manage Anger Resulting from Financial Stress

A new study in the Journal of Family and Economic Issues links debt to low well-being, marital stress, alcohol abuse, and anger. Poorly managed anger can wreak havoc in relationships at home and at work. Read the full article here.


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 Life, recommended sending the group an anonymous poll via text or email. “With an anonymous survey, people can respond privately and you can make a … Read more

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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 is our mind’s understanding of ourselves, and debt can cause us to feel unworthy,” explains Joyce Marter, a licensed psychotherapist and author of The Financial … Read more

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Healthy Financial Mindset

Redefine Success: The Erin Jewell Show Joyce Marter is a licensed psychotherapist, CEO, author and professional speaker. She talks about the importance of a healthy financial mindset and how it is far more than just about the money we make. Listen to the full podcast here.

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What to Do If You’re More Frugal Than Your Spouse

I, on the other hand, love saving money. Ever since I was young my parents taught me how to use coupons, wait for sale items or negotiate a better price. I learned that over time, those dollars add up to significant savings.I’m not the only person who’s more frugal than my spouse. Many couples struggle … Read more

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Consider This (AUDIO)

Well good morning and welcome to consider this program. I’m your host Joe Clark. So happy to have you along. Hey, we have got a special guest today, Dr. Joyce Marter. Read the full article here.

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How to Handle Awkward Money Pressures in Relationships

Have you ever felt uncomfortable when someone asked to borrow money? How about the pressure to pick up the tab? According to a November 2020 survey, lending between friends and family is common. 53% of Americans have borrowed money or loaned money to someone within the past year. Most of the borrowers (71%) felt guilty … Read more

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