Let’s face it: money can be really stressful. With burgeoning credit card and student loan debt, pockets are stretching thin and people are running out of resources fast. Unfortunately, however, the consequences of financial hardship don’t stop at a depleted bank account. Financial concerns can also have a big impact on your mental health and may encourage anxiety, depression, and strained interpersonal relationships among many others.
Getting your finances back on track can be a difficult and complicated task – especially if you’re struggling with anxiety or feelings of depression. If feelings like these are holding you back from reaching your financial goals don’t hesitate to search our database to find a psychologist who can help improve your psychological well-being.
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