Five Signs You May Be in Debt Denial (And How To Finally Face Your Debt)

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    5 Signs You’re In Debt Denial (And How to Finally FACE Your Debt)

    1. […] you’ve gotten organized and settled on a repayment plan, keep track of your debts – either through a credit reporting site, budgeting app or your own spreadsheet – to […]

    2. Deb says:

      It’s hard to imagine anyone feeling joy over not paying their bills. Perhaps there is psychiatric condition that causes people to enjoy bankruptcy proceedings, but nobody’s found it yet.

    3. I like that you mention that you should try and pay off as much of your balance as possible while prioritizing the highest interest rates. My husband and I are in debt and we haven’t really taken a look at how much debt together yet. I think we might be in more trouble than we thought, maybe we should consult a debt relief attorney for help.

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