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Six Signs That You're Suffering From Debt Related Stress

Posted By admin || 22-Jun-2010

  1. Suffering From Debt Related StressYou may be suffering from debt related stress if you notice that you are experiencing apathy and lack of energy.  The feeling that you don't care about your finances, debts or other financial stress is ironically a sign that you may be suffering from debt related stress.
  2. You may be suffering from debt related stress if you are feeling indecisive about how you will solve your debt problems.  Indecisiveness about which bill to pay first or whether or not you will file bankruptcy to discharge your debts can be a debilitating result of debt related stress.
  3. You may be suffering from debt related stress if you have trouble keeping track of your finances.  Forgetting to pay your mortgage, bouncing checks and chronically overdrawing your checking account may be just another symptom of debt related stress.
  4. You may be suffering from debt related stress if you have a sense of being on edge most or even all of the time.  Unresolved debt issues often cause serious anxiety troubles in debtors who have a longstanding problem with unpaid bills.  Some debtors even report having anxiety attacks as a result of facing mounting debts.
  5. You may be suffering from debt related stress if you are experiencing a sudden change in your eating habits.  Eating too little or too much can be a sign that your financial woes are having an emotional impact on you.  Many obese and underweight individuals attribute their condition to stress related to finances.
  6. You may be suffering from debt related stress if you are using drugs (including prescription drugs) and/or alcohol to "relax."  Many debtors suffering from financial difficulties have reported an increased use of substances to cope with stress.

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