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Can I Get Out of Debt Being Bipolar, Suicidal, Mentally Ill and on Disability? – David

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I have a mental illness. I had mental illness all my life. In fact, in 2008 I wrote a suicide email and emailed it to local news station. In 2009, I was diagnosed with bipolar personality disorder and ADHD. In 2010, I borrowed a lot of money to remodel the house. The first mortgage on mom’s house was paid off.I ... Read More »

    Adult Baby Continues To Receive Social Security Benefits – Fraud Allegations Dropped

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    Stanley Thornton, Jr. was featured, not too long ago, on an episode of National Geographic’s television show, “Taboo” where his life of living as an Adult Baby was showcased. When I first came across this news story I immediately thought of an episode of CSI I had seen once of an adult man living his life as a baby due ... Read More »

      Schizoaffective with Bipolar Disorder on DMP with Money Management International. – Jarrett

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      “Dear Steve, Last night I had vivid nightmares about my debt. I woke up and my first thought was to post here because I can’t handle this anymore. I am tired of the pressure of being in debt. Truthfully, I only have $8,500 in debt, am 26 years old, and am unemployed. I have a legitimate disability, am schizoaffective with ... Read More »

        How Do I Get Out of Bipolar Debt If No One Will Hire Me? – Brandi

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        “Dear Steve, I am a graduate student who is currently looking for a job and can’t get one due to my bad credit. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder 3 years ago and this was about when my finances took a downturn. I have a hard time finding worthwhile jobs because of my credit and it’s a catch-22 because how ... Read More »

          I’m Currently Reading Your Book How to Eliminate Debt Like a Pro and Have a Question. – Julie

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          “Dear Steve, Hello. I am currently reading one of your books eliminate your debt like a pro. Here is my situation. I have debt mostly school debt. I ended up being sick in the hosptial half way through college with bipolar. I went to school in order to get health insurance. Now I have tons of debt that I owe ... 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 »

              I Already Have Bipolar and Clinical Depression Disorders With Panic Attacks and Now Debt. – Kilandra

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              “Dear Steve, Credit card debt after being divorced, unable to work, no income, but paying the minimum on it. I need out, it’s stressing me too much and hurting my health more, when I already have bipolar and clinical depression disorders. I used the sale of my car to pay off the one, but I am still $7000 in debt. ... Read More »

                Meet Paul: LendingClub.com Borrower Taking Control of Debt Influenced by His Bipolar Condition

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                Since I heard about Lending Club, I have been fascinated with the concept and its potential to allow anybody help others with personal loans that will get them out of debt. I became a lender on Lending Club a couple of months ago and have since chipped into more than 40 loans already. I asked Lending Club if I could ... Read More »

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