Financial wellbeing: Why wealth is bad for your health

'Thinking about money is a huge source of stress'

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Chris Budd looks at financial wellbeing and explains why wealth is bad for your clients' health...

Our modern relationship with money, and especially the desire to be wealthy, is making us sick. To understand (and accept) this, we need to understand first how the body stays healthy, and look at how we make financial decisions.   Introducing immune cells  Our body is made up of different types of cells. Some of these work against us, such as cancerous cells.  To combat the bad cells, we also have immune cells. These keep our bodies healthy, by travelling around the body and absorbing the bad cells.  When the bad cells managed to combine, they create disease, suc...

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