By Tim Kowols
A bad day at work or a fight with your spouse could carry through to your bank account if you are not careful. According to Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors, negative events can cloud your judgment and possibly lead to more impulse buying. She says it can be even worse for women, who often feel emotions more deeply than men do.
Pustaver recommends recognizing what you are feeling and why you are feeling it so you can identify your triggers and build your financial self-esteem. You can listen to the first part of our series on Money and Emotion online with this story.