The only personal finance book that gives women the tools to understand--and challenge--their psychological relationship with money so they can make smarter decisions about their current and future financial responsibilities.
Money is among the most emotionally charged issues in life. For many people, financial worth defines their sense of self-worth--and in today's unstable economy--this can be devastating. Using fascinating real-life examples from her Emotional Currency workshops and therapeutic practice, Levinson helps women come to terms with their family history around money; reveals how old habits and ideas affect present-day spending and saving patterns; and offers strategies for achieving clarity and working through struggles around earning, investing, budgeting, spending, saving, inheriting, and losing money. She also shows how to use these insights to better manage immediate economic challenges while planning for a more secure future.