See a financial therapist to sort out relationship with money

Practitioners charge from US$100 to US$800 per session, depending on their fee structure and services. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PEXELS
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In the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, Ms Nora Herting decided to try financial therapy.

"I didn't even know what it was, exactly," she said. "I heard about it and thought, 'That sounds like something I need right now'." The owner of a small business whose revenue had been decimated by lockdowns, she faced agonising choices between her own financial security and that of her company, including her 14 employees.

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