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In 2013, Melanie Lockert ( was feeling hopeless about her student loan debt, so …

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In 2013, Melanie Lockert (@deardebt) was feeling hopeless about her scholar mortgage debt, so she started a weblog the place she wrote breakup letters to her debt. She discovered a variety of her readers have been moreover feeling depressed about their financial struggles, and invited them to place in writing breakup letters of their very personal. She even wrote a e-book, “Dear Debt: A Story About Breaking Up With Debt,” about her journey and lessons from paying off $81,000 in scholar loans. For individuals who have been writing a breakup letter to your debt, what would you say?

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  • #personalfinance #whatimreading #read #bookstagram #debt #studentloandebt #favoritebooks #books📚

    thepennyhoarder April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • Dear debt, From the moment I saw you I was smitten. Didn’t realize how much joy you brought me. I woke up to have you right there to fall back on; however, It’s not what it used to be. We used to go out to eat everyday, used to love going out. Now I find myself fearing going out with you, knowing you want more from me. You keep taking and taking, the demand is too much. I gave up fast food for you and this is how you thank me? I can’t even go out with my friends anymore like I used to because I always have to look back and check on you. You don’t let anything go making me resentful of what we used to do. Like the time we went to the mall together, or the time we first moved in and had to shop for couches. You remind me everyday that it wasn’t worth it with you. I’m am writing this to tell you I don’t want this anymore. I can’t do it, I’m going to give you all of it back. And I don’t want to ever rely on you to have my back. I can do this without you. @deardebt

    esdras_doesit April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • I hate you, you don’t want to go away from my peaceful life.

    sabuildingremodeling April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • @deardebt feel free, put my @ if you do. I’m glad to hear your like it, great book idea. I can’t wait to read some others!

    esdras_doesit April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
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    ksrkelly April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
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    onehappygirl23 April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • Dear debt, It’s not me. It’s you. You got to go. I will never be the best person or feel whole again until you are out of my life for good. I know it’s hard to hear because we both thought this is what we wanted, heck we knew we needed it, but not anymore. Its a codependency I just refuse to participate in any longer. Good luck at the college. Hope you find what you’re looking for while there. Good bye forever.

    danellequick April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • Dear Debt, this is the end we no longer work well together I gotta move on and so do you, it’s been a long journey but now we must part ways. @debtfree I choose to be debt free so hit the road jack!

    twuesday34 April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
  • Dear debt you knew I didn’t have it when you gave ot to me!!! So now I want more and you got to go!!! Goodbye

    gapeac6822 April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply
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    mthaye April 27, 2020 11:55 am Reply

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