This is financial rage: they are angry with others who do not pay you enough for their work; You're mad at yourself for buying unnecessary things with your money or for not putting it to good use.
Possible reasons for your monetary woes: You have seen in your childhood, how someone was financially exploited or tricked; This is how anger affects your finances: you feel that everyone wants to cut you over; They buy too expensive (with which your subconscious proves to you that you were right and were ripped off again).
Most people are convinced that their fear, shame or anger was caused by their money problems. However feelings start at the beginning. The financial situation then develops according to these emotions. Therefore, you should analyze these feelings before you can change anything in your budget.
Try This - Money Without Numbers
Take a piece of paper. Think about your current financial situation (loans, credits, expenses, current obligations, future prospects) and write in 3 or 4 sentences how you feel about it. Do not write numbers or financial jargon, just what you discover in your mind about money.
The First Feeling
Take a second sheet of paper. Put yourself back in your childhood and look for your oldest memory of money. Do not write down the story again, but only your feelings at the time. For example: "I felt rich with the medal, but I was afraid to lose it. My mother had taught me that. "
Disconnect from ownership
People spend a lot of money to buy things. They like to keep things in order to feel rich through ownership, and they are afraid of losing. But this fear deprives you of the opportunity to get more. Unnecessary ballast has the peculiarity of multiplying and forming negative compounding interest. Money spent on things that are not themselves generating money is dead. The healthy cycle of money is broken.
People Come First, Not Money or Things
Many people think you feel rich when you own a lot. But we become really rich through the recognition of the people around us. Do not hang your heart on things, but on people. Most important in your life is what you cannot buy for money: your partner, your children, your family. The things you can buy for money should not blind you to people. The next step to true wealth is the motto: less things, more money. Do not invest in the present, but in the future. Money in circulation is increasing, whether invested in equities, in real estate or in a company of its own. Money means possibilities.