Money & Divorce: 5 Tips for Managing Self Talk

November 19, 2017

Turn down the volume of your negative inner voice and create a nurturing inner voice to take its place. When you make a mistake, forgive yourself, learn from it, and move on instead of obsessing about it. Equally important, don’t allow anyone else to dwell on your mistakes or shortcomings or to expect perfection from you. ― Beverly Engel

 

5 Tips for Managing Your Self Talk about Money

  1. Acknowledge your past relationship with money

  2. Identify situations and/or topics that create feeling of shame, guilt or anxiety

  3. Choose to begin your day with positive affirmations

  4. Extend grace to yourself along the way

  5. Be open and intentional about the change process

Creating financial confidence starts with our thoughts about money. One of the people I greatly admire is Kathleen Burns Kingsbury. She is a Wealth Psychology Expert and Founder of KBK Wealth Connection. She hosts a podcast called Breaking Money Silence. In addition, she has authored several books as well as a workbook called Creating Wealth from the Inside Out. To check out this great resource, click here. Kathleen’s podcast focuses on busting financial myths. I had the honor to be a guest on her podcast to bust the myth: Financial Literacy is only for those in Poverty. To listen to the interview, click here.

 

Money is a tool. It will take you where you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver. 

― Ayn Rand

 

To keep in touch, visit www.womensfinancialwellnesscenter.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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