Stress over money is apparently flowing in oversupply in the U.S. more than anything else, according to a new survey. It is being reported that for every four Americans, one feels stressed about money almost all the time. This is contrast to the increasing sentiments that the economy is in the recovery mode and that things will get better going forward.
Many people have become worried about money, considering it as seen as an enduring evil that must be endured at all costs. Psychologists on their part maintain that the only way out of money related stress is to stop thinking about it and talking out the same with as many people as possible.