:( I am so incredibly in debt with credit cards and medical bills. I also have attention deficit disorder and have difficulty following through with plans, keeping track of how much money I have and how much I have to spend (or have spent). I recently "promised" the credit card people that when my income taxes came in I would send $100 or $200 ... That money is already gone and I don't know where it went. I filed bankruptcy in 2001 after losing my job when I told my employer I was pregnant (got written up 5 times in two weeks for things like immature behavior)... This burden is weighing so heavy on me that I can't seem to get started at all!!! Please advise.
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