Release Money Anxiety, A Workshop
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Money thoughts are distracting. Being worried about money disrupts your ability to think effectively. This year’s national anxiety score was 51 out of 100, an increase of five points since 2017, according to an American Psychiatric Association poll (1). Anxiety scores jumped for all age groups, races and genders. Barnes & Noble saw a 26% increase in sales of books about anxiety between 2017 and 2018, the company noted. People suffer from anxiety about a whole host of problems: relationships, work, substance abuse or money. And mental health issues can take a toll on finances: about half of people with problems like anxiety also struggle with problem debt, a 2010 study by the Royal College of Physicians (2) found.
Let's get ahead of the worry and gain foothold on our finances. We've got experts lined up to provide a space for you to ask questions, share your stories and lay out a plan for how to control your debt and increase your credit score.
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