Your mental health and spending habits are linked. Ask the experts. – The Washington Post

Michelle Singletary and Traci Williams answered reader questions on navigating financial worries for better overall health
Are your spending and saving habits a reflection of your personal backstory?
If you struggle with money management it might help to recognize the connection between your mental health and your financial well-being.
The Washington Post’s personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary and Traci S. Williams answered reader questions concerning their financial worries on Friday, February 2. Williams is a board-certified clinical psychologist and certified financial therapist. She helps families improve their emotional, mental and financial health.
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