Having this attachment style to money can lead to abundance.

By the time I was 30, I had seven figures in my bank account. Honestly, I didn’t trust it. It was something I wanted. It was something I coveted. I longed for it. It was something I wanted. It was something I dreamed of. Once I had it, it didn’t feel safe. As a result, I tried everything I could to get rid of it.

After working on this attachment style, I finally feel secure in my relationship with myself and money. Maintaining a secure attachment style will allow you to balance spending, saving, and feeling safe with your finances. This confidence will spill over into all areas of your life.

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A secure attachment style when it comes to money is characterized by a healthy and balanced approach to financial matters. 

The ultimate goal:

  1. Financial confidence: Individuals with a secure attachment style tend to have confidence and trust in their ability to manage their finances effectively. They are more likely to have a positive attitude towards money, viewing it as a tool for achieving their goals rather than a source of stress or anxiety.
  2. Financial responsibility: People with a secure attachment style demonstrate responsible financial behaviors. They prioritize meeting financial obligations, such as paying bills on time, budgeting, and saving for the future. They understand the importance of financial stability and take proactive steps to achieve it
  3. Openness to discussing money: Securely attached individuals are comfortable discussing money matters with others, including partners, family members, or financial advisors. They are open to seeking advice, guidance, and support when needed. They recognize the value of communication and collaboration in financial decision-making.
  4. A balanced approach to spending: Those with a secure attachment style tend to have a balanced approach to spending. They can enjoy the present moment by treating themselves to occasional indulgences while also considering their long-term financial well-being. They make informed decisions based on their values and financial priorities.
  5. Financial boundaries: Individuals with a secure attachment style understand the importance of setting healthy financial boundaries. They can say no to requests for money or manage financial expectations in relationships without feeling guilty or overly obligated. They prioritize their own financial stability and well-being.
  6. Adaptive financial coping strategies: When faced with financial challenges or setbacks, securely attached individuals are more likely to respond in a resilient and adaptive manner. They can seek solutions, adjust their financial plans, and seek support when needed. They view setbacks as temporary and see them as opportunities for growth and learning.

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