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THE M WORD: The Money Talk every Family Needs to have about Wealth and their Financial Future by Lori Sackler

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Individual Temperament and Attitudes Are Expressed Financially

We all know people whose first response to everything is negative or who stress out at the slightest change in a carefully scheduled day. We also are familiar with people who see the silver lining in the darkest cloud or who can roll with every curveball they’re thrown, no matter how potentially traumatic. It seems as if some people are hardwired to be happy and to have a more upbeat nature, while others are born with a negative disposition. For years, people have thought that a person’s temperament is a genetic predisposition that they can never change; they cannot fight their genes. But recently, psychologists have come to realize that people are capable of changing their temperament ...

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