Financial Coping Strategies for Tough Times -- Part One

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A lot of people in the United States are experiencing the consequences of the collapse on Wall Street. No one feels safe and immune to it. While banks will avoid complete ruin, some families and ordinary people have to deal with financial problems. They are losing their jobs and their houses and living is becoming difficult due to the price increase of gasoline, heating oil, and food.


"A coping technique I used was exposure therapy. I would put myself in stressful situations (out in public with a lot of people) for a limited amount of time and gradually built on that and stayed out longer and longer."


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