- March 21, 2017
Your financial fears are a warning that you need to start thinking and doing things differently.
One of the biggest fears people facing divorce have is not having enough money after their divorce is finished. This fear strikes people of all income levels.
Now, the fact is that at first you won’t have enough money to continue living the lifestyle you had when you were married. That’s just what happens when you get divorced and you divvy up the assets and debts.
And being fearful of that change is natural because money represents important things power, security and freedom.
But your fear of not having enough money is about more than just not wanting your financial status to change. It’s also a call to start doing things differently.
And that’s because in general, fears are warnings. They alert us to the fact that there’s a risk or threat we’re facing and that we have an opportunity to do something about it.
No doubt you’ve heard that the fear response is fight, flee or freeze.
If you choose to flee or ignore your changing financial situation, chances are your financial situation will be much worse than necessary because you’ll attempt to continue to live as you…