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Jessica Martel

Jessica Martel, M.Sc. is a freelance writer, research psychologist, and mother of two rambunctious little boys. She specializes in writing about personal finance, women, psychology, higher education, and health.
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How to Separate Your Self Worth From Your Net Worth

If you feel like your self-worth is contingent on your financial standing, know that you’re not alone. Thankfully there are ways to overcome this way of thinking. Learn how to separate your self-worth from your net worth so you can focus on being the person you want to be regardless of money.