Although hundreds of thousands of people resolve their debt through debt settlement every year, there are still many questions and misconceptions about its risks. One outcome that people fear during debt settlement is creditors who take legal action. If you are in a debt settlement program or are considering one,…
When you start a debt resolution program with Beyond Finance, you are taking a big step toward financial independence and freedom. While enrolled, your number one program priority is to make your monthly deposits on time. Having a budget in place will help you make sure you are setting aside…
This exercise helps you stay ahead of your stress response by changing your entire mindset. These tools have the potential to provide you with an immediate sense of well-being and can help you be more resilient to the stressors you face in the future.
Try this simple exercise that can be part of your process of being present and fully aware of where you are and what you’re doing—all with the help of your imagination. This exercise will help you use visualization to achieve a state of mind that gives you power over debt.
This exercise is designed to help you increase your feelings of compassion, both for yourself and others. Follow these three simple steps and focus on inner peace to stir up your compassion.
If you feel physically ill, in pain or tense when a stressful event is on its way, your body is actually trying to talk to you! It’s communicating exactly what your stress triggers are, and if you listen, you can start taking control of those stress responses and stop them from fully developing.
When deciding which debt resolution option is best for you, it’s essential to compare the cost of your choices. When you compare options like making minimum payments and debt resolution, you’ll find what you stand to lose or gain when you choose one alternative over another. In finance, this comparison…
Mindfulness is one of the best tools for calming anxiety, depression, and pain. Use this exercise to step away from a heightened state, and come back to an awareness of your own body and breath.
The “Stop the Burn” exercise identifies the area in your body where you have the most stress-related pain and discomfort. Learn how to use progressive muscle relaxation to gain control and release your tension.
Writing can be a powerful tool to release you from financial stress. Try our simple 4-step process to help you leave your debt-related anxieties on the page.