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Don’t make another decision about money
until you have read it. Then read it again.


–RACHEL NAOMI REMEN, M.D., Author of Kitchen Table Wisdom

Emotional Currency: A Woman's Guide to Building a Healthy Relationship with Money can help you become more aware and awake in your relationship with money. Dozens of real-life stories from women, and thought-provoking questions and exercises, will guide your exploration of money. No matter what your age, how much money you have, or how proficient you are in dealing with financial matters, Emotional Currency can provide new insight.

Whether you're facing financial difficulties, significant life changes, or are merely curious about your dealings with money, Emotional Currency offers a fresh approach. It is especially beneficial for:

  • Life transitions including starting a career or getting married or divorced
  • Difficult relationships with a boss, partner or family member involving money
  • Changes in financial circumstances, i.e., retiring, job loss, debt or inheritance
  • Making significant financial decisions including buying a house, investing or asking for a raise

Although written especially for women, it offers a warm, guiding hand to anyone seeking a healthy relationship to money and everything money touches. Purchase from Point Reyes Books.

Endorsements

This is not just the best book about women and money that I have ever read, it is the  best book  about money. Beautifully written, wise, accessible, practical and profoundly  healing.  I wish Kate had been my mother. Or my big sister. It would have changed my whole life. Don’t make another decision about money until you have read it. Then read it again.

RACHEL NAOMI REMEN, MD, Author of Kitchen Table Wisdom

Reading “Emotional Currency” evoked many of my own emotional memories about money. The book underscores that for women money provides opportunities and choice.

FRANCES McDORMAND, Actor

Here’s the book every woman (and most men) need: a clear, thoughtful, and beautifully-written guide for how to cope with the myriad of emotions caused by money. Kate Levinson shows how money is both mercilessly public and intimately personal, stirring up our deepest feelings about independence, status, attractiveness, and terrifying confusion between net worth and self worth.

ROBERT REICH, Author of Then Next Economy and America's Future

Kate Levinson’s book shows how money permeates every nook and cranny of our inner mental and emotional world. Although written especially for women, it offers a warm, guiding hand to anyone seeking a healthy relationship to money and everything money touches.

JACOB NEEDLEMAN, Author of Money and the Meaning of Life