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The Psychology of Money

English, Cultural, 2 seasons, 10 episodes, 10 hours, 59 minutes
Matters of money are difficult in relationships. Tamasin Thomas combines the worlds of psychology and money to illuminate what's happening below the surface and explore why fights about money are rarely about money.
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E10 Julie | Am I Enough? Shame Imposter Strikes Again

Have you ever struggled in believing you are of value? Julie invites us into her internal bind, vulnerably identifying her fear & shame of accepting payment from clients who purchase her services because she believes she has no value. We discover that this internalized truth was a lie she received from childhood that plagues her as an adult. Topics discussed: the impact a narcissistic parent has on a child's identify & self worth, how highly sensitive children can be overly stimulated, & eating disorders.  
4/2/20191 hour, 5 minutes, 42 seconds
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E9 Jenni | Shame & Money: The Struggle of Wants & Needs

Jenni shares an internal struggle of spending money on wants vs needs - She's uses the example of a rug (a want) vs a winter coat (a need). In our exploration, we learn Jenni, born in China, experienced profound loss as a young child. Find out how those childhood losses are impacting how she spends her money as an adult and the role shame has played in hiding her pain and preventing her from healing. 
3/19/201953 minutes, 10 seconds
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E8 Heather | Crawling Under a Blanket from Fear

Heather wants to crawl under a blanket when her husband asks her to have a conversation about saving money for emergencies. Her palms get sweaty and her chest feels tight. Heather's visceral reaction to her husbands request has her stuck and confused. Join us as we engage the possibility that her body is projecting onto money a deep, unprocessed loss from childhood. 
3/5/20191 hour, 2 minutes, 50 seconds
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E7 Alex and Jess | When Childhood Wounds Impact Adult Intimacy

Two lovey ladies, Alex and Jess, share that they constantly feel tension  around money in their relationship. One of them feels overly responsible for planning for their future, while the other lives in the moment. Join us as we explore why both ladies are inherently relating to money from places of very old wounds in their childhood & how this knowledge breaks the gridlock between them and invites both to know themselves and each other more intimately. 
2/19/201958 minutes, 26 seconds