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Financial freedom from a frozen asset – Video

In this video, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis talks about the challenge of ADHD and credit cards. Plus, ADHD expert Dr. Ned Hallowell shares a simple secret to deal with ADD, impulse shopping, credit card debt, overspending, buyers remorse, and self-control. It involves a bowl of water. Intrigued? This simple strategy, a trick anyone can use, will help cut debt and overspending for adults, students, and seniors who struggle with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and their finances.


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In this video, Dr. Stephanie Sarkis talks about the challenge of ADHD and credit cards. Plus, ADHD expert Dr. Ned Hallowell shares a simple secret to deal with ADD, impulse shopping, credit card debt, overspending, buyers remorse, and self-control. It involves a bowl of water. Intrigued? This simple strategy, a trick anyone can use, will help cut debt and overspending for adults, students, and seniors who struggle with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and their finances.











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5 Responses to “Financial freedom from a frozen asset – Video”

  1. asogbein says:

    Thanks for this video

  2. Scattybird says:

    Oops missed an ‘o’ ! Or I have just given you a promotion pigletbunny! 🙂

  3. Scattybird says:

    I think freezing the cards is a great idea. If they are in a deep enough bowl of water so it’s a real effort to defrost them that’s going to stop an impulse spend. Gods point about the ziplock bag pigletbunny.

  4. terican says:

    The frozen cc works to a point. One can run it under hot water and have it in a jiffy. However it is effective in making one stop and think about whether it is for a ‘want’ or ‘need’…..helps with the impulse if not the actual spending 🙂

  5. pigletbunny says:

    Put them in ziploc bags, first, so that you don’t scratch them when taking the ice off 😀