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Taking Care of Number 1

According to financial guru Suze Orman, women have a dysfunctional relationship with money. It turns out, women’s tendency to nurture others extends to their money, and they make sure everyone they love is taken care of financially before worrying about themselves. But Orman believes this behavior is short-sighted, and women must learn to take care of themselves. In fact, she says, it’s a gift women can give their daughters: If women provide for themselves, their daughters will follow their moms’ leads and learn to provide for themselves as well.

Posted: 3/14/08
AngelNaphtalie

Abosultly true!...I have been trying to teach that to my 33 year old daughter.
who also has 3 daughters who have to learn this.
Great thought, and I will share it with her.
thanks.