And you're right it can be very painful at times, then as you mentioned - you've also had savings, even though you spent it on Psych appointments; that would have been a good experience with money for you no doubt. The key thing to remember with money is it is completely seasonal. In my opinion one of the most impermanent subjects in life. I have seen very wealthy people, family members in fact, go from wealth to poverty in under three years. I have also seen the flip. I have many friends who've come from your position to very well off, one of them is actually living with bipolar.
The point is, it's painful yes, but don't get too attached to the pain for now. It's likely with a few shifts in life it won't be this way forever. It sounds like you're doing everything you can for the moment, and it's a very frustrating place to sit huh? We're here to listen and support you. In case you're not aware there's two services that could be of assistance, one is Anglicare [ Click ] the other is FCAN [ click here ].
These organisations are specialised in financial counselling and advice, especially helpful if you're feeling stuck. One of the mobile community pantries is in the area where I go to uni, so that could be really helpful, especially if I end up being able to move there. Im sorry about your family's situation; that sounds very tough. Personally I think it's the emotional rather than the actual financial cost of being poor that's the most impactful. I can take care of myself, I'm centrelink savvy and I can survive with very little.
But I grew up poor, all of my family and friends are poor, and especially when you're a kid, that kind of anxiety really contributes to a feeling that the world is unsafe, unstable, and hopeless to an extent. And being dependant on others for financial support feels kinda shameful and makes me feel obligated to put up with things I'd otherwise be uncomfortable with. It's true that one day I could be financially stable, but that anxiety about being evicted or needing things you know you can't afford is never going to go away.
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Maybe that's less hopeful than what you said, it's just such a pervasive feeling. If the pain in my teeth gets really bad then I might be able to get emergency dental care. How is your financial situation now? And what city do you live in? Is this something you struggle with too? If so, feel free to start a thread or check out some of the links posted above! It makes me feel really bad about myself tbh. Join us this Thursday from 7pm for a live chat about study stress!
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Tired of Being Po by Tangie Bell. Tired of Being Po is author Tangie Bell's story about her escape from poverty and a world where sexual favors and crime held the only promise of a next meal for herself and her children. A high school drop out, Tangie took to the streets and left Shreveport, Louisiana at the age of 18, setting out to find emotional and financial fulfillment.
Soon she fell into the dangerou Tired of Being Po is author Tangie Bell's story about her escape from poverty and a world where sexual favors and crime held the only promise of a next meal for herself and her children. Soon she fell into the dangerous trap of using her body as a undercover prostitute to seduce men to acquire life's necessities. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 24th by iUniverse first published June 6th More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews.
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