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I Just Want to Run Away From This Financial Mess. – Denise

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“Dear Steve, My husband and I lived in a nice house with our five kids. He made six figures until his business went under in 2007. We filed for bankruptcy in 2008 thinking we could save our house and car. We ended up losing the house anyway because our trustee payment was $900 and they increased our mortgage to help ... Read More »

I’m Depressed, Anxious, and in Debt. – Victoria

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“Dear Steve, Currently I’m not making enough to cover my bills. I am an independent self-contractor (not by choice – just happened) & my pay varies per customer service email I answer within One Week (1 random email is chosen each week to grade and it’s either 90 cents or 62 cents) Luckily I have a partial brain and I ... Read More »

I Am Unemployed and Can’t Pay My Charge Card Bills. – Fran

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“Dear Steve, I was laid off a year ago and apply to jobs/agencies daily to no avail. I am using up what little money I got from a slip and fall lawsuit that I had to accept a horrible offer on which is my small savings acct. and I am really scared – once it’s gone, I can’t afford my ... Read More »

I Worked For You, Remember Me? I’m Now Bipolar and in Debt. – Victoria

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Victoria “Hey Steve, I worked for you in 97-98. Blue haired IT Girl? =} Anyway, things are pretty not cool. I need to sign up for a program or something, but I’m not even sure that is possible. I’ve learned some things, since 97 and 98. I’ve learned that I am bipolar, and have a pretty bad anxiety disorder. Later ... Read More »

Money and Stress: How to Keep Your Money Worries From Killing You

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A recent study at Ohio State University found that people with financial problems, in particular credit card debt, suffered from more emotional problems than those who didn’t have money-related stress. When you stop and think about it, it really is not surprising that cash, or the lack of it, so greatly affects our emotions. Money problems are not simply a ... Read More »

I Am In Constant Anxiety About Our Debt. – Amy

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“Dear Steve, I am married with 2 young children under the age of 5. My husband has been out of work since the Fall. He is under a non-compete which makes it difficult for him to find work in his field until November 2010, at which time the non-compete expires. I include this info because there is a real possibility ... Read More »

ChevGirl Writes In And Says “My Marriage is Suffering Because of Our Debt”

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ChevGirl “Dear Steve, Well I am not thinking about death or anything, I am a Christian. I am just having a very difficult time with our finances. The stress is becoming unbearable. My marriage is suffering because of it. Me and my husband work in agriculture, we do not make much and we are $55,000 in debt. I have payments ... Read More »

My Son Has Aspergers, Autism, Anxiety, Depression and College Credit Cards. – Laura

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“Dear Steve, My son who is 27 yrs old and currently on permanant disability for aspergers autism,anxiety disorder 300 and depression, he got caugh up in getting credits cards while attending school you know the ones, credit cards for students. Any way he will never be able to work and is currently getting social security disability benefits. what action can ... Read More »

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