Monday, December 3, 2007

Bipolar and Recovering From Debt

A few posts ago, I discussed the common problem of individuals with manic depression generating mountains of debt when in a manic state.

If this has happened to you, once you get your manic depression treated, it may be a good idea to enroll in a debt consolidation program. These programs can get some of your credit card companies to reduce your interest rates and they also prohibit you from opening new accounts or risk being dropped by the debt consolidation program. So you get both the “carrot” and the “stick” to help keep you on track.

Here are a couple of excellent resources to help you find a legitimate debt consolidation program that won’t rip you off.

Still going a little too fast, doing too much and not getting enough sleep. So the Mood-ie-Meter is hanging around 7.5. Also running low on scripts, so MUST get the prescription order in the mail TODAY.


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This blog is for informational purposes only, it is not intended to be used for the treatment of mental illness. If you are having emotional troubles, please see a mental health professional .