High Wealth

How Addiction & Personality Disorders Impact High Wealth Individuals

High Wealth disorder, sometimes referred to as money disorder, refers to financial beliefs and unhealthy and self-destructive behaviors that can lead to distress and impairment in an individual’s quality of life.

Addiction, behavioral disorders, & high stress can also impact high wealth families & individuals in a specific & unique way.

Articles About High Wealth

Super Bowl Sunday – MVP or B.A.D.?

https://www.facebook.com/allaboutinterventions/videos/2209868919240331/   The annual Super Bowl is here again - America’s most watched televised event - and that means Americans will consume truck loads of guacamole, bean dip and chicken wings. And just because it’s...

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Power, Privilege, Payouts: The Enablers

Susan Sarandon’s character on the hit Showtime series Ray Donovan is one of the most powerful Machiavellian if not the most powerful studio head in the movie industry. Samantha Winslow, the character’s name, yields tremendous power as a media mogul and has final say...

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High-Wealth, High-Risk, High-Touch, High-Service

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post. The last article I wrote on working with high-wealth individuals drew a lot of attention. A few individuals wrote this population was their specialty and some individuals called me to see what I knew. It was as if...

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The Price Of Gold: Doping And Professional Athletes

The win may be the biggest pressure for players in professional sports. It is not enough to train for hours, days and weeks, a marriage of the mental and physical, pushing athletes to the brink. To finish first, conquer your opponent, and to stand highest on the...

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Sports Stars – Fame & Addiction

I was never inclined to play sports. It wasn’t until I met my husband - a former collegiate athletic director - who taught me how the game of football is played. However, it wasn’t knowing where the red zone is, calling the 25 second rule or how many quarters are...

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Too Big to Fail: Wealthy Clients & Addiction

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post. Sam Polk, a former hedge-fund trader on Wall Street, tells the New York Times how his addiction to money and gambling was the source of his discontent. “In my last year on Wall Street my bonus was $3.6 million,”...

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How Addiction Impacts Financial Management

John Collins, Director of Investment Advisory & Principal of Aspiriant, recently published an article titled, "Addiction and Financial Management", in which he discusses the difficult situation that a wealth advisor sometimes finds himself or herself in when a...

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Investigating Prince’s Death

It has been alleged that Prince’s family may have known about his drug use and abuse for years. According to a CNN report, two of Prince’s deceased siblings knew as far back as 2006 of his reliance on Percocet. The question becomes could Prince’s family members,...

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Additional Resources

My Wooky Book
Russel Brand

Navigating Grace
Jeff Jay

Moments of Clarity
Christopher Crawford Kennedy

Broken
William Moyers

Falling Up: A Memoir of Renewal
Louise Stanger

Learn To Thrive
Louise Stanger

Does The Noise in My Head Bother You?
Steven Tyler