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Money and Mental Health

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

money and mental healthWe’re not really supposed to speak about money in polite company.  Therapists who are incredibly comfortable talking to their clients about sex and intimacy and even abuse can balk when it comes to discussing their clients’ finances.  In some ways, it feels like the last taboo.

But money does affect mental health, and it can certainly affect our relationships.


 

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