Dr. Geller's assertion that money anxiety should be viewed as behavioral economics phenomenon more so than a psychological condition was featured on Dr. Laura.

Stressed about money? You are perfectly normal. Seven of ten people reported being stressed about money in a study by the American Psychological Association, which shows that stress and anxiety over money a normative condition.

Money anxiety is a survival instinct that warns us a financial danger. It is the same instinct that told our ancestors to run when they faced a tiger in the woods. In modern society, our survival instincts are centered on money, which enables us to obtain life's necessities such as food, shelter and clothing

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