Most people have, at one time or another, been broke. Of course, the term is subjective. I have friends who say they were broke as teenagers, but their family had plenty. They just didn’t have an abundance of disposable income. Others have been working from paycheck to paycheck and still aren’t able to keep up with all the bills.

I’ve been broke, busted, and disgusted more than once. There is such a thing as a money mentality. It can be distorted, especially if you’ve suffered abuse. Child sexual abuse is a core violation that tends to leave victims with a sense of unworthiness and brokenness that extends to every area of life. Money is a tool, but much like food and clothing, we cannot do without it. We need it to survive. Abuse causes our survival instincts to manage differently than stability does. It affects our money mindset in ways that can be detrimental. | More…

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