I have recently been diagnosed with Bipolar II Disorder and my husband and I are noticing that I have racked up major charges on credit cards and my history of my bank account I have been making the payments, but I don't remember this. My husband was not aware of this because I have a separate account from my husband so I can have my own money to do with what I want and don't have to go to him for money. Is this typical? We are looking at $30,000 in debt and nothing to show for it. I should have somethings laying around the house that would explain this. I have always spent a lot on clothes and accessories but good grief, not $30,000 a year!!! Thank the Lord that my husband is supportive and he says we will get through this, but I feel terrible about this. This will hurt us for a long time. We may have to sell some livestock and my husband has worked so hard to build our farm and now I am tearing it down...... HELP!!
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