Assess Where You Are Wealthy

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pexels-pixabay-220051.jpgWhile many people experience barriers to health and wellbeing because of a lack of money, research has shown that subjective wellbeing is also influenced by many factors outside of income, including our relationships and sense of purpose. These aspects of life are technically free and can help offset the emotional pain of poverty. They can also serve as a shock absorber for other hardships in life - for example, a person who is part of a strong community has more resources to draw upon for help.