1. How To Stop Spending Emotionally (Ep. 6) Christine Luken 36:03

Not all spending is bad. Some emotional spending is good, but when it starts to negatively affect our finances or results in regrettable purchases, it’s time to take a step back and try to fix our spending habits.

In this episode, Financial Dignity® Coach, Christine Luken, talks about emotional spending. More importantly, she explains that we can’t stop all emotional spending, but there are ways to help put a stop to the bad habits related to it. Christine talks about what emotional spending really means, the difference between healthy and unhealthy emotional spending, and things we can do to help with emotional spending if it becomes problematic.

Christine discusses: 

  • What “emotional spending” really means
  • The difference between healthy and unhealthy emotional spending
  • Why emotional spending is a habit, not a character trait
  • Identifying the root emotion that causes you to spend unwisely and how to redirect yourself from unhealthy spending
  • Why spending is not inherently bad
  • And more


Connect with Christine: 

Christine Luken Financial Dignity® Coach

Ready for money to support your happiness, rather than stress you out? Then you need Christine Luken, Financial Dignity® Coach in your corner!

As the Founder of the Financial Dignity® Movement, Christine has coached hundreds of high-earning professionals, business owners, and divorcing women to pay off staggering amounts of debt and massively increase their net worth. The author of three books and host of the Money is Emotional Podcast, Christine blends wise money management with emotional intelligence.

When she’s not coaching clients from her home office in Cincinnati, you can find this member of the National Association of Divorce Professionals curled up with a good book, a fluffy cat, and a strong cup of coffee. You can find her at www.ChristineLuken.com