Believe – Complete Show – Aug. 11th, 2017

In this Episode:

#1) [Health & Wellness] Are You Aware Of Your Caffeine Allergies? Here Are The Top 20 Symptoms

#2) [True Success] 4 Tips For Setting Powerful Goals

#3) [Money & Business] How To Overcome Your Fear of Money

#4) [World News] Miracles Do Happen: Mother Recently Gave Birth After Being Struck By Lightning

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  • Hawkeye

    I’ll admit that I have a fear of money and it was nice to hear Claudia say that I’m not alone. I have what I need now with some left over for extras here and there, but my biggest fear is not having enough later in life. I need to practice these tips to get past this fear.

  • PoisonIvy

    I have a terrible fear of money, and it is a fear that actually causes me more money issues, if that makes sense. I have a fear of being broke, and not having money in my account for emergencies, to the point where I actually hesitate to pay bills sometimes because my bills will empty my account. I am unfortunately one of the many millions of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck. For the record, I do not have any credit card debt, I pay cash for everything, and my only debt is a very modest mortgage (less than $20,000). I don’t even have car loans. But, this fear of being broke has actually caused me to incur late fees on bills. It makes no sense at all, but the thought of paying that last bill and draining my account fills me with such anxiety that I get physically sick from it. I need help.

  • Kevin.C

    You’ve made the first step by acknowledging what goes wrong in your life. The next one is to act on it. If you get physically sick from fighting the problem, I would suggest help from professional health care. Get support from your family members. I know from experience that we can conquer fear if we go all out. I wish the best for you!