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Key Steps to Get Out of Debt

I’m working on a potential new application you can download, in my spare time, LOL. As part of that application I wanted to create a short list of what I felt the key actions or beliefs needed to break the bonds of debt and it got me thinking. Here is what I came up with. What do you think?

Key Steps to Get Out Of Debt

  • Acceptance
  • Action
  • Kindness

Here is what I feel is behind those key points.

  • Acceptance – To accept the situation is what it is and rather than be in denial and wishing for something different. See it clearly and deal with it.
  • Action – Make the difficult decisions necessary to eliminate your debt that will lead to a better future.
  • Kindness – Even in times of pain we need to give and receive hugs, kindness, and love. We need to lean on each other and remember there is always something to be grateful for every single day.

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  • theomglady

    We need to be self-forgiving. So many folks beat themselves up for getting into debt. I know I did, but I realized that I could get out of debt and had the courage and tenacity to do it.

  • http://www.omgihatedebt.com theomglady

    We need to be self-forgiving. So many folks beat themselves up for getting into debt. I know I did, but I realized that I could get out of debt and had the courage and tenacity to do it.

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