80% of Americans on the East Coast identify money as a significant source of stress in their lives, according to the 2011 American Psychological Association, Stress in America Survey.
And, while the economy, housing market, and job markets remain significant concerns for many, personal finances remain the most common concern for Americans.To a large extent, our lives revolve around money; it determines our housing, our schools, our clothing, our meals, our self-care, anour entertainment. It is closely connected to our education, our employment, and, to some extent, our identity. It is no wonder so many Americans report financial concerns.Financial stress is often overlooked and dismissed as an insignificant, common experience; however, worries about money can have very significant effects on our lives, including our daily functioning, interpersonal relationships, physical health, and emotional well-being.
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