About the amount of trouble you are in with your bills...I try to explain to him that they CAN sue you if you are working full time and take up to 25 percent of your total salary (I think that is still what the law is) and that we should setup a budget. But we always argue about money, he says that I shouldnt be so concerned with it that things will work out, but there is no concrete plan to work it out with anyone and that is what I dont understand. Unless I see it in black and white on paper budget I dont know what he is planning to do and he thinks that things will just "blow over". I have a ton of medical bills and have wrote several people for help, including grants but have been denied for all of it so I am not sure how to get my partner to wise up and realize how serious the bill situation is. Any suggestions about how to be easy and not "yell" over the bills anymore...Tired of fighting over money, the root of all evil.
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