Success doesn’t necessarily mean acquiring great wealth, but lack of financial resources may make you feel like an underachiever. Money can be an emotional subject, so how do you cultivate a healthy attitude?

Ever since psychologist Sigmund Freud defined the need to hoard wealth as a sign of an “anal-retentive” personality, psychologists have been studying our relationship with money. How can you get a balanced view of this difficult subject?

What does it mean?

Is money a source of stress, a moral pitfall, or a valid symbol for one of life’s winners? In the 1990s, Taiwanese psychologist Thomas Li-Ping Tang developed what he called the “Money ...

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