Not having enough money to pay firstly for the things you need and secondly for the things you want can cause you to become anxious.
This is particularly so when you are unable to afford basics such as food, clothing, our rent or mortgage when for example you may lose your job, after divorce or perhaps when you become ill. That dreadfully hollow feeling which arrives in the pit of your tummy when that bill arrives in the post and you simply don’t know how you are going to pay it is the signal which says “I am stressed”. This can lead to you experiencing feelings of anxiety about dealing with the current problem, fear about the future, anger about your circumstances which may lead to depression. The spiralling down of your emotions associated with serious debt may have a devastating effect on you and your family so it is important to understand that there are many things that you can do to deal with the problems. Dealing with debt provides lots of information and ideas to help you get over this difficult time in your life.
You also can experience stress if you work at whatever you do, day after day, week after week, month after month and year after year, seemingly getting nowhere in your search for a lifestyle which affords you the pleasures you may dream about: a new car or an overseas holiday or that extension to your house. This situation may lead you to feel apathetic and unmotivated, to lose your enthusiasm for living which in turn may lead to depression. One way you can improve your situation is by earning more income by working from home in your spare time. Supplementing your income provides lots of suggestions on how to do this.