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I’m a Divorced Single Mother and Trying to Make it on Social Security. – Robin

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Robin “Dear Steve, Steve; I came through a divorce with $57,000 in debt, but I had decent job and this was not a huge problem but then I became disabled, couldn’t continue working and of course got behind in my payments. My mother know how stressed I was about my financial situation and allowed me to do a balance transfer ... Read More »

    My Husband is Now on Depression Medication and Ready to Deal With Our Money Problems. – Donna

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    “Dear Steve, My husband took over our bills several years ago. During that time he became depressed. To make a long story short, he is now on depression medication and ready to deal with these problems and they are big. We owe about 80,000 including student loans. We refi the house 2 years ago and it didn’t include the taxes. ... Read More »

      I’m Buried in Grief and Trying to Deal With My Debt. – Rebecca

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      “Dear Steve, At the moment, I’m overwhelmed to the point where I’m not sure what to do. Last year my [redacted]. I find myself in over my head with credit card debt. In the middle of such grief, you’d think debt would be the last thing on my mind, but it is only adding to the stress, plus I can’t ... Read More »

        You Ain’t Your Fucking Debt

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        On the way from a weekend visiting really good friends and having lots of laughs, yesterday I was talking with Pam in the car, in the rain, and on cruise control. I was just thinking back on how all the difficult moments of our nearly 28 year relationship have changed our course. There was the day our daughter stopped breathing ... Read More »

          Boyfriend is Paralyzed With Debt After Divorce. – Michelle

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          “Dear Steve, My boyfriend was divorced last year. His ex-wife “walked away” from their marriage, but not before charging up the credit card balances substatially. She decided she didn’t want to deal with their newly purchased home, so she legally signed her rights away and he bought her out for $1.00. After adding lawyer divorce fees to the credit cards, ... 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 »

              Recent Searches for Debt Advice

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              I thought you might be interested in some recent search requests from visitors. It helps to give you a snapshot of what is on the minds of people looking for help. hide phone number from debt collectors how to get out of deebt experts advice on getting rid of debt better management of credit rating and poverty Bank of America ... 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 Husband Has Chronic Depression, is a Process Server, and in Debt. – Tamara

                  Tamara “Dear Steve, My husband has chronic depression and has always just worked part time. He had a small business as a process server, and he got a business credit card from Capital One for $5000. The card is in his name and he got it before we got married. The last few years, he’s stopped working mostly, just laying ... Read More »

                    I’ve Been on the Care One Debt Management Program For Two Years. I’m on Disability. – Laurel

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                    Laurel “Dear Steve, I’ve been enrolled in Care One debt management program for over two years for 4 credit cards which all are over $1400.00 I am on Permanant disability and live in New York. I am getting to the point where I don’t know how long I can stick out this situation as its a toss up between food, ... Read More »

                      Am I Dead Meat? – Reggie

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                      Reggie “Steve here’s the deal. I’m $25,000 in credit card debt. I lost my job and have no source on income coming in. I’m barely meeting my financial obligations and depression is setting in. I have $10,000 to my name. Bankruptcy seems to be out of the question because I don’t have an income source. My only asset is a ... Read More »

                        Survey Finds Debt Equals Depression For Many: Women at risk to suffer with financial depression

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                        This is a previous study that I participated in but it is still relevant and important to understand the relationship between debt and depression. Nearly half of the people who have problems with debt are experiencing symptoms of depression, according to a survey by Myvesta, a nonprofit financial crisis center. The survey found that 49.3 percent of people with problem ... Read More »

                          I’m a College Student and I Feel Suicidal Because of My Debt. – Calvin

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                          Calvin “Dear Steve, I am a college student with severe chronic depression. The illness has been so debilitating that I have gone from being a dean’s list student to entering the second term of my fifth year of undergraduate school. Unfortunately, this situation has forced me to take on $41,000 in student loans. I can’t afford health insurance and even ... Read More »

                            Kevin in Roanoke, VA Talks About His Debt

                            Kevin and I met through Twitter and we made arrangements to meet up on my travels around the country. I’m @GetOutOfDebtGuy on Twitter. On August 1, 2009 I had the pleasure of meeting Kevin, sitting down in a local coffee shop and talk about his debt. He was kind enough to share what it was like for him in hopes ... 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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