Your Money Motto Is: Do First For Others
You LOVE taking care of others and are quite the nurturer! You are compassionate, open-minded, and usually good at being there when others need help. You know how to leave your ego at the door, interacting well with almost all types of people, and are loyal and reliable. However, your self-worth can be dependent on others' dependence on you, as you are generous almost to a fault.
Caution is in order as Givers can fall prey to financial abuse by friends and family. Your desire to put others' needs above your own can encourage others to manipulate you to give your money or items away. You can also be your own worst enemy by overspending because you're trying to overcompensate for love lost.
You believe money is a way to show love – through monetary or physical gifts and contributions to charities. The downside to believing money is to be given away, is that you never seem to have enough for yourself. You may have formed an unconscious attachment to suffering, leaving you to cater to the inner wounded child. You may also end up playing the role of the rescuer (to a spouse, friend, or child) – taking care of everyone else’s needs while neglecting your own, which can then lead to experiencing feelings of being let down and suffering all alone. On the flip side, you may also lean toward sticking your head in the sand when it comes to your money – preferring not to deal with it so you can just keep on giving.