An emotional hijack is when your emotions are so strong, they shut down much of your ability to think clearly and begin planning. This two-step exercise will help you recognize and combat events that trigger your emotional hijack response.
This exercise will teach you a simple technique to turn around those out-of-control negative thoughts that are part of financial stress. This is a three-step process we call A-S-C, which has been proven to be an effective way of using your ideas to take control of your brain.
A staycation can be just as — if not more — relaxing than a vacation (remember, you’re skipping all the stress that comes with travel!). That’s why we’ve decided to share how you — even while you’re working your way out of debt — can have the most spectacular staycation ever.
When we are stressed and anxious, our breathing automatically becomes shallow and irregular, which only causes more anxiousness and heightens our stress level. Learn to breathe deeply and let the stress of financial worries fade into the background.
We work with clients every day who have experienced financial hardships, including problems with their credit. Because many people have been taught to view their credit score as an achievement that reflects their character or worth. This kind of thinking is stressful and can be harmful to your self esteem….
Debt relief programs offer alternatives to traditional repayment methods and can ease the burden of debt, but are they a responsible choice for you? To understand if debt relief is a financially responsible option, you should consider how relief would improve your short and long-term finances.