While money can’t buy you love, money is tangled up with love in your subconscious. Getting and losing money activates the same pleasure and pain centers in the brain, respectively, as falling in love and having your heart broken.
Our relationships with people are often reflected in our relationship to money. For good and ill.
Kate MurphyUpdated Nov. 21, 2020 10:00 am ETWhat is your relationship style? Are you indulgent? Controlling? Nonchalant? Obsessive? Guarded? Reckless? Chances are you have the same approach when it comes to money.Psychological, behavioral and neuroscience research indicates that how stable and secure you feel in your interpersonal relationships tends to mirror how stable and secure you feel about your finances. So it’s worth examining your close ties, both past and present, to understand how they may influence your spending, saving and investing habits—for good or...
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