I feel confident in saying that it is wise to wonder why people keep trying when every single attribute of their life is failing; going to shit. I am referring to myself. I am working full time with over time and I still can't break even. I'm in a hole that just keeps getting deeper. When I started working at this job, my only option was direct deposit for payment. I could not start a new bank account because of the awful disgrace my current one is in. No other banks wanted to give me an account because of my history. So I had no options. At the time, I owed the bank over 1K in overdraft charges and hot checks. When I started getting paid, the money went to the debt leaving me penniless. I can't live on air...so I have continued writing the checks because I had/have no option. Instead of the debt decreasing, it has increased to nearly 2K. I don't know why I keep trying because I'm never going to pay it off and I'll wind up in jail because I am writing hot checks. That doesn't even begin to explain my issue. I have so many other things that I need to take care of but I can't. I don't know why I am still trying. It is so hopeless. There aren't any ways this issue can be fixed. I'll always suffer....I just needed to vent. I know not many will read this...but oh well...not like anybody can help me. I'm off...
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