New research is exploring the link between money and mental illness. They are more intricately connected than you could ever begin to imagine as research shows that one out of every five people struggling with a debt burden is under additional strain from a mental health problem, severe illness, or a life event such as the recent bereavement of a loved one. In this article, we will explore the truth about money and mental illness.
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