My Favorite Resources...

 

BOOKS

Financial Recovery - Karen McCall

This is the book that changed everything. It lead me to Karen - my mentor. It is a loving and extremely approachable book to guide you towards a healthy relationship with your money. Libraries usually have copies - but it is one worth investing in. You will feel comforted, inspired, and ready to take new steps towards a different future.

 

Overcoming Under Earning - Barbara Stanny

Another powerful book to add to your list. Barbara was one of Karen's early clients. Her story is powerful, and she has written many incredible books. (see below)

 

The Soul of Money - Lynne Twist

This is a beautiful book - on so many levels. Lynne Twist provides a new way to imagine and define wealth. If you have wrestled with the idea of wealth in our culture, this is a wonderful book for you to read.

 

The Energy of Money - Maria Nemeth

I have read this book several times - and while my approach may differ, this is a book is rich with intriguing insights.

 

Prince Charming Isn't Coming - Barbara Stanny

This is an important read for everyone - rescue fantasies are pervasive, especially for women. This book is the bucket of cold water over the head that is sometimes the best way to get our attention.

 

You are a Badass at Making Money - Jen Sincero

This is a hilarious read - relatable as well as inspirational. There are many fabulous exercises in this book that can help illuminate many blindspots you may have.

 

Your Money or Your Life - Vicki Robin

This was one of the first books I ever read about money - ages ago. It is a 'classic' and has a dedicated following that spans over a few generations.

 

Mind over Money - Brad Klontz, Ted Klontz

This is a helpful exploration of the emotional drivers of our behavior with money. 


OTHER (FREE) RESOURCES

 

If you are in need of free and immediate support, the following resources are
a wonderful place to start.

 

Debtor's Anonymous

Business Debtor's Anonymous

Under-earners Anonymous

Spenders Anonymous

 

It can be hard to even click a button - because clicking the button is an acknowledgment of something that you may not want to admit - even to yourself.

What I want you to know is that it is an incredibly brave and courageous step to find support. And it can be a relief.

All of the groups listed have national, and international chapters. This means one thing that is crucial to understand - you are so not alone!! There are others who have walked this path and are ready to support you.

I always recommend attending at least 2 different groups to find one that is the right fit. There are groups that meet virtually (internet / phone) and in person.

I hope that no matter what form it is - that you find the care and support that will help you move through the circumstance that you are in.

Please know that I am right there beside you - even if we never meet. xo

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