Stress Awareness Day
Debt has long been a problem for many Americans, but the unprecedented problems of the past three years have spread the misery to tens of millions more. The COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath created enormous upheaval in our lives: our health, jobs, and financial security, among other areas.
More recently, soaring inflation, spiraling gas prices, and even baby formula shortages have piled woe upon crisis upon uncertainty.
And it’s not just the lack of money causing problems. A shortage of money led to a massive increase in denial, stress, anger, depression, and anxiety. The emotional strain of dealing with debt can be almost as damaging as getting your electricity cut off, having your car repossessed, or seeing your credit score plunge to where you’ll struggle to get another loan.
If you or someone you know is struggling with Debt and needs help, don’t hesitate to contact our team for a consultation.
If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis or considering harming yourself or others, please get help immediately. You can call the free and confidential National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or visit your closest emergency room for immediate intervention.