As we grow up and go from learning the basic of life like eating and tying our shoes to finding a job and doing the groceries, we are encouraged to “Learn to do it on your own!”. However, we spend all that time asking for help: teach me, help me, show me or even, please do it for me.
Then, as adults, all of it is blurred… without noticing, we either do it alone, or ask for help: Construction, medical care, car repairs even putting away the groceries… the list goes on and on.
Why is that? Because some things we don’t get, some we never learnt, some we don’t make time for, and some tasks are shared with others. Other things fall within the scope of “I’ll be fine” or “I’ll manage!” Too often, money and debt are not a priority and when things go wrong, we get scared, worried and then we fear asking for help… all we can hear is the echo of “You need to do it on your own!”
Let’s break that cycle, let’s work together. Tackling debt in a meaningful way may require a formal process and getting many different stakeholders to be involved. Professional help from a Licensed Insolvency Trustee will help you get back on track and on the road to a healthier financial future.