Financial Wellbeing

There’s no doubt about it – money and health are deeply interconnected. And while monetary wealth may belong only to a precious few, avoiding financial stress is something that can be achieved by anyone. Not just rich people.

Can money buy happiness?

The eternal question. But in many ways, the answer doesn’t matter. Because we already know that financial stress predicts psychological distress, poor mental health, poorer physical health, increased difficulties with friends, family members and in the workplace and erosion of self-esteem.

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I have recommended this platform to a list of my friends. Best part for me is how is the mood feature, just knowing and selecting make you pay attention to what’s happening. I was suffering anxiety when I first downloaded and knowing triggers etc helped significantly.

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