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Goddesses, let’s talk about money shame.

You know that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when someone asks you how much you make or how much you have in savings? That sense of embarrassment or inadequacy that washes over you when you realize you’re not where you want to be financially. That’s money shame.

Money shame is a common experience for many women, and it can be a significant barrier to achieving financial success. Whether it’s the result of societal messages that tell us women shouldn’t prioritize money, or personal experiences that make us feel like we don’t deserve financial abundance, money shame can hold us back from reaching our financial goals.

But here’s the thing: it doesn’t have to be this way. By acknowledging and addressing our money shame, we can begin to let go of the beliefs and behaviors that are holding us back and start building a more abundant and fulfilling financial future.

One powerful tool for addressing money shame is tapping, also known as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Tapping is a simple but effective practice that involves tapping on specific acupressure points while focusing on a particular emotion or belief.

By tapping on the emotions and beliefs that underlie our money shame, we can begin to release them and replace them with more positive and empowering beliefs. For example, if you feel shame around asking for a raise at work, you might tap on the feeling of embarrassment while repeating affirmations like “I am worthy of financial abundance” or “I deserve to be paid what I’m worth.”

Tapping can be a powerful tool for addressing a wide range of emotional and mental health concerns, including anxiety, stress, and trauma. It’s easy to learn and can be done anywhere, making it a convenient and accessible tool for busy women who are looking to improve their mental and emotional well-being.

Of course, tapping is just one tool in the toolkit for addressing money shame. It’s also important to examine the beliefs and messages we’ve internalized around money and wealth and challenge them with more positive and empowering perspectives.

For example, if you grew up hearing messages like “money is the root of all evil” or “rich people are greedy,” you might challenge those beliefs by seeking out positive role models who demonstrate that wealth can be used for good and that financial abundance is achievable for anyone.

You might also start exploring resources like personal finance blogs, podcasts, or books to help you learn more about money management and wealth-building strategies. The more knowledge and understanding you have around money, the more confident and empowered you’ll feel in your financial decision-making.

Remember, money shame is a common experience for many women, but it doesn’t have to define your financial future. By acknowledging and addressing your money shame, you can begin to build a more abundant and fulfilling financial future for yourself and your loved ones. So let’s talk about it, tap on it, and start taking action towards the financial success we deserve.


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