That said, this book fills gaps I haven't seen before as it delves into desires, income gap, and serious debt. This is not a book for messy over-spenders who need a written budget. This is a book that deals with behavior and desire, or "financial dis-ease".
Seems pretty relevant to today's main stream America. Come to think of it, I'm not sure when was the last time I read one like this. Am I missing out?
I want to understand my relationship with money, the heart and soul of how now and my hope for wise future decisions. Has anyone helped you with this relationship?