Bipolar debt

According to the late George Bernard Shaw "money is the root of all evil" and this can certainly seem true, especially if you are suffering from a bipolar disorder and your manic episodes have caused you to go deeply in debt. Some manic episodes can result in uncontrollable spending sprees and long periods of time spent at the gambling tables, which can leave you swimming in debt and constantly hounded by creditors who simply can't understand why they can't get paid. In this articles you will finally be able to find the information you need to start digging yourself out of debt, along with the necessary steps to take to start improving your dismal credit rating. There are also links included that will walk you through the financial steps you need to take, and have all of the information easily available when you need it can also help prevent another manic episode that could send you deeper into debt.

2019-10-09T14:06:03-04:00By |0 Comments

Bipolar disability

It is not always possible for you to earn a steady income when you are suffering from a bipolar disorder, especially if you are still trying to find a treatment that works for your particular symptoms. While there are governmental programs available to supplement your income and to ensure that you get the help that you need, trying to figure out where to get the forms and then trying to fill out the paperwork to get your claim approved can be enough to trigger a manic episode. In this article you will find tips and tricks that will make it easier to get the financial help and support that you need without having to jump through hoops and actually have a manic episode just to prove that you have the disorder. Taking away the stress that frequently occurs when you are trying to claim your social security disability benefits can make filling out the mountains of paperwork seem almost enjoyable.

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Bipolar excessive spending

Excessive spending is common among bipolar sufferers and many do not realize it until their credit cards are cut off and their bank accounts have run dry, and by this time it is often too late to save your credit or protect your family from financial ruin. It is also important to realize the excessive spending is completely different from compulsive shopping, and there are easy ways for you and your health care provider to make the right diagnosis so you can start receiving an effective treatment. In this article you will learn the differences between the disorders, along with ways to prevent your uncontrollable spending sprees. Simply because you have a bipolar disorder you are not automatically excused from your manic episodes and this includes your over spending, which can be treated and prevented as part of your treatment and therapy so you don't have to experience the deep depression that usually follows an unrestrained spree.

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Bipolar money

Money and tight finances are a common problem in many households but it can be even more difficult to make ends meet when you are dealing with a bipolar disorder. Manic episodes like gambling and over spending are common and many people who suffer from these debilitating mood swings are often unable to hold a job and need to turn to other sources to find the money they need to pay their bills, and most importantly so they can afford their treatments and medications. In this article you will find ideas on ways to safely and legally earn an extra income, along with tips on how to apply for assistance and curb your over spending habits. You will also learn how to manage your money and get out of debt, along with how to protect your family from financial ruin that could be caused by your bipolar disorder.

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Extra income ideas

Chances are if you are suffering from a bipolar disorder you already know most of the factors that can trigger a manic episode and one of the most common is money, or your lack thereof. Constant worries about money can increase your risks of developing manic depression or cause you to become frustrated and simply give up trying to make ends meet on your limited salary. While money problems might not be uncommon regardless of your emotional and physical health when you are dealing with a bipolar disorder it can actually become a threat to your well being. In this article you will find tips and information on how you can earn an extra income safely and legally, along with ways to make your money last longer. Simply removing your constant money worries can help lessen the frequency of your manic attacks, while also improving your general health.

2019-10-09T14:06:02-04:00By |0 Comments
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