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Making Peace With Money by Jerrold Mundis
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Making Peace With Money

by Jerrold Mundis

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Making Peace with Money is about creating a relationship with money that is free of stress, worry, and pain. It offers practical advice on getting debt under control and living within your means, and then outlines principals and practices for changing emotions, psychological attitudes, opinions, and beliefs about money. Each chapter addresses a different aspect of our relationship with money such as earning, debt, work, generosity, flow, wealth, and others. After a brief descriptive essay on how we can heal our financial/emotional attitudes, the book provides hands-on activities and exercises, and then a group of quotes and meditations from such diverse sources as the Bible, Zen Buddhism, literature, the Talmud, and both ancient and contemporary philosophy. Making Peace with Money encompasses the results of Mundis's inner journey from recovered debtor to a person who is truly at peace with the demons that haunt both him and millions of others. This book is a tool for inner change-certainly one for a nation of debtors, but also for families who are making more money but spending what they make; for the people who are treading water, earning plenty but filling an emotional void with the shopping sprees and binge-spending; and for people who may not be in serious debt, but are nonetheless unhappy with their inability to save for the things that will make them feel fulfilled.

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