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Mindful : October 2018
Utter hopelessness that you’ll ever figure it all out All the Ways We Feel Money Shame How money shame shows up in our bodies and our minds That queasy pit in your stomach as you approach the check-out line, wondering if your card will be declined (or if you’re simply buy- ing more than you “should”) Pangs of guilt when you decide how much to charge for your new product or service Feeling sleepy, bored, “checked-out,” or out of your body a little when you pay bills Guilt, frustration, and disempowerment in your personal and business life Procrastination, “ freezing,” or denial around paying your taxes, setting up an estate, or some other money-related item on your To Do list Anxiety around talking about money Fear or guilt that you don’t have way more saved for your future A leaden cloak of grief that’s always with you Rage toward the world, your family, your boss, etc., that you even have to deal with this part of life Longing for someone to swoop in and save you from your money struggles or issues