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Motional world That connection would explain why sometimes about wealth or the lack of it so painful According to the evolutionary perspective of clinical and organizational psychologist Dr Hendric Weisinger humans have been hardwired to see money as an object of threat and control and the conversation

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difficult because is tied to the sexual exchanges that were part of money transfers in primitive societies In this light we tend to consider money as an extremely intimate and embarrassing topic and conseuently we try to avoid itFrom a psychological standpoint money is tied up with our personal sense of self esteem self worth and even familial love When we use money as a control mechanism or a way to show familial love an uneual distribution of it through gifts and inheritances can cause dramatic psychological fallouts Unfortunately many of us will associate a social stigma with a change in financial circumstances Loss of self esteem weighs in when we are not able to maintain our former life styleHistorically the Founding Fathers of America brought with them the belief typical of the British society who considered the money talk vulgar and impolite a belief apparently still existing and hindering a full disclosure of financial mattersThe author goes on exploring also a set of neurological and gender factors that might explain the way we handle and talk about money our brain and gender play a role in the economic decisions we make on a daily basis Men are typically focused on the bottom line of an investment and less interested in the long term goals of providing for security of the family and the community women typically focus on long term rather than short term gains and have a greater commitment to planning around children and life events The money talk issue is important and emotionally charged now than ever before We are experiencing the worst economic downturn. Ues You'll learn how to approach the thorniest of subjects without anxiety or stress and your family will reap the benefits of secure financial planning for generations to come Using the author's five step action plan to successfully prepare for initiate and execute the money talk you'll be able toUnderstand why the money talk is crucial and challenging for familiesTackle issues that accompany wealth transfers and life's transitionsOvercome the roadblocks that can keep families from communicatingPrepare yourself and your family and psychologically for the money talkCreate a process for repeated talk that can keep your family and finances intact The M Word shows you and your family how to negotiate all aspects of financial planning for all generations without stress or worryPraise for The M Word Makes a compelling argument for having 'the money talk' The New York Times Lori Sackler's advice on overcoming the money taboo will not only help families successfully transfer wealth and deal with all of life's transitions but actually become happier in the process Shawn Achor author of the international bestseller The.

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Money Talk is really important for each family to undertake sooner than later This book has some good points but have excessive stories The way we handle and talk about money reveals important traits of our personalityextremely insightful Extended review available on MINA S BOOKSHELF our tightly interconnected social media culture where nearly everybody tweets instagrams and posts what they eat drink and wear very few things are still a taboo Money is *One Of Them It Amazes How We Are Always Ready *of them It amazes how we are always ready share connections selfies pictures of kids and pets with our Facebook friends while within our own very families some subjects are still a thorny and difficult issue The M word is a regular source of conflict and mystery the money talk every family should have about wealth and their financial future is one of the most persistently avoided topic of conversation between spouses parents and their childrenLack of communication is a pathology of its own and unfortunately problems stem from it Where there is lack of communication in fact poor or non existent financial planning will ensue creating the basis for a disruption of family bonds and relationships Lack of trust and honesty about money can be the mirror of a fundamental lack of honesty between partners lies or hidden truths about the cost of a new wardrobe vacations purchases of electronic gadgets as well as the state of personal finances before and during the marriage is an alarming sign And this is not all There are several reasons why family members do not communicate enough about their financial health beside the most basic elements of control and trust some less obvious factors such as gender age culturalsocial traits anthropologicalinstinctual psychological and even neurological issues need to be addressed and overcome It was interesting to read how the epitome of the material world has a deep and strong connection with our Includes critical text updates made in 2016 Finally a simple and easy way to tackle the toughest topic of allMONEY It's the taboo topic nobody wants to broach the elephant in everyone's living room Not surprisingly talking about money is a major cause of strife in US households today Planning for a family's future often prompts a total breakdown in communication causing lasting damage Research indicates that a staggering 70 percent of heirs lose their money assets and family harmony in the aftermath of heirs lose their money assets and family harmony in the aftermath estate transfers This brilliant new book is about to change all thatRadio personality and financial advisor Lori Sackler has devoted her professional career to solving the financial problems plaguing families today Here she introduces a set of groundbreaking tools for anyone who needs to discuss money with loved ones She shows families how to communicate about money matters through all of life's transitions changes in financial circumstances remarriage and merging families retirement preparing heirs and transferring wealth The M Word will literally change the way your family views spends and transfers assets wealth and family val. The M Word
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Since The Great Depression Changes in the financial circumstances several families misalignment between incomes and expenses are at the roots of anxiety problems that will inevitably reverberate a generation of adults to their children Unfortunately in the face of uncertainty and concerns for the future of our kids we tend to shut down emotionally and avoid the conversation tout courtAs if the thought of investment strategies allowances for kids family budget and cash flow college funding medical insurance health issues and retirement were not enough to give your head a good spin financial planning becomes a mind boggling business when some major life changes happen and catch us unprepared Death of a family member a divorce remarriage extended families a health challenge new living and household arrangements can trigger emotional upheavals and a sense of loss not a good premise for carefully crafted decisionsThe goal of The M Word is to show that if communication and trust are part of the family culture dispassionate and intelligent choices can be made during life transitions that involve money Lori R Sackler a financial advisor and Senior Vice President of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management leads a team the Sackler Group dedicated to successfully guiding individuals and families through life s transitions Sackler creator and former host of the radio show The M Word pairs her personal experience as a counselor with the knowledge gathered during over three years of discussions and interviews The problem is common among high net worth families as well as low income ones each with their uniue sets of conflicts Drawing from a plethora of real life examples Sackler s book Offers An Insightful And an insightful and management guidance to families and individuals facing different financial challengesReview copy graciously offered by the publicist in return for an unbiased and honest opinion. Happiness Advantage Lori Sackler masterfully delivers honest timeless and highly useful guidance that will help investors and their families successfully navigate crucial life transitions and financial decisions David M Darst CFA Chief Investment Morgan Stanley Wealth Management The M should be on the bookshelf of every parent looking for guidance on how to talk to the next generation about money Eileen Gallo PhD and Jon Gallo authors of Silver Spoon Kids The M Word will take you by the hand and give you what it takes to survive and thrive financially during these trying times Joan Hamburg WOR Radio Lori Sackler provides many insights about how families can cope with the financial dimensions of what she calls 'life's transitions' Richard C Marston Director of Wharton's Private Wealth Management Program Families can spare themselves a lot of heartache by reading The M Word Gail Saltz MD Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry The New York Presbyterian Hospital I'm ordering books for my sons and stepsons so we can have the 'money talk' Lori's book encourages Martin M Shenkman estate planning attorney and author. .