On the internet you read plenty of blogs with people promising you help with debt, but very few of these blogs focus on the non-financial impact of debt.
According to an article earlier this year, there is a clear link between your financial health and your mental health. In fact, the more debt you carry the worse your overall health probably is.
Here at Debt Cutter we constantly talk to people whose debt has spiralled out of control. We were able to help with debt in their circumstance, but many people believe just because they aren’t struggling, they aren’t being affected.
But this is not the case.
Even if you are not struggling to keep up with repayments, the chances are this added financial hardship is affecting your health. One of the biggest areas where we can be affected is with our relationships.
Just have a think about it, how many times have you fought with your partner over finances?
Relationships are such a key part of our life, that if you don’t try to resolve these issues it could have serious long-term impacts on your health. Check out some of our previous blogs on how to talk to your partner about finances:
Is there anything you can do?
Yes – there is.
The simplest way to stop debt from affecting your health is to get out of debt. It can be hard to know where to turn for help with debt, so to help out we’ve compiled a list of our top blogs on the matter.
I can’t do it by myself!
It’s okay to admit that sometimes you can’t do it on your own. There are a number of reputable providers out there who are able to help you on your journey to becoming debt free.
If you have large amounts of debt and are struggling to make ends meet, we’d encourage you to give Debt Cutter a call on 1300 887 211.
However, if you are seeking more support to get your overall finances under control and assistance with getting your bills and finances organised there are a number of providers such as Financial Freedom who may be able to assist.
Just because you are struggling with debt doesn’t mean you are alone. It’s never too late to get help with debt.