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Money Madness explores the psychological tangles, analyzes the myriad but often simple reasons for them, and offers a clear, reassuring path to Money Sanity.

Herb Goldberg and Robert T. Lewis explain why people can't live with it and can't live without it...why people think about money all the time and yet can't talk about it candidly.


New York, Signet, paperback

New York: William Morrow & Co., Inc., hardcover

"This first-of-its-kind book lays bare our real feelings about money."
                                                    --Psychology Today Book Club

"W.C. Field's fear of losing his money caused him to open 200 bank accounts, some of which were never found. Psychologists Goldberg and Lewis cite this example of money-related paranoia in their engrossing discussion of irrational money syndromes. When money is used to buy love, security, power, or when getting it is looked on as a goal rather than a reward, trouble is brewing. Money attitudes are learned at an early age and can be unlearned. Their importance is often overlooked by psychotherapists, who, the authors believe, sometimes have their own "money madness".
                                                                         --Publisher's Weekly   


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