Life can be hard especially in January with limited money in your bank accounts. Bills need paying, endless money needs to be paid to your children’s school for lessons, trips and God know’s what else. Food needs to be sorted and I know as I am a person who is currently struggling with financial issues and I can tell you it can be bloody hard work. The stress and anxiety can have an impact on your home life, money can be viewed as materialistic but for simple things like milk for your child’s breakfast cereal, washing powder to clean your clothes etc then really it is about survival.
One solution to finding a quick income when you desperately need is Cash Lady. A short-term loan company who cares about their customers’ needs – they focus on the right plan for you and your needs. They are award-winning loans ranging from £100 to £1000. Cash for Lady is focused on 100% security and you can apply for a loan online for free and knowing that the company is FCA authorised. You can apply for short term loan online really quickly as it is accessible 24/7 and they do not charge for making an application.
Another issue with regarding loans is bad credit loans where the chances of you getting a loan are slim because you have previously failed to keep up agreed payments with you and a company such as overdraft form a bank or a mobile phone contract, resulting in giving you a marker as such for money loaners to be cautious. However, Cash for Lady does work with individuals who have bad credit. When applying you’ll request an amount over a set period, on top of which interest will be charged. If you stick to the plan and pay the money you then are granted a positive marker is left on your credit file.
Cheers for reading X
Those that make the loudest noise get heard. I know this totally the opposite of a similar saying and agree that you don’t always have to make the biggest noise. However, in some situations, you need to speak out and make that bloody noise to be noticed. This is a lesson that has taken me years to work out. I used to be reserved, even on my blog I worry about what to write and scared that if I am too honest people won’t like it.
I suffer from mental health conditions (OCD, anxiety, depression, social anxiety) and some of the thoughts that I have scared people. Living with mental illness is a very dark place to be and them thoughts that are taboo, I have to live with every single day. The kind of thoughts I have is thinking about not being here, the world be better off without me, I can’t cope anymore I just want to die. I dread getting up and having to get through another day. This is real life for me, it’s not pretty, it’s tough and I don’t chose to feel this crap if I could wave a magic wand I would be there like a shoot. I want to be More open and raw on my blog because that is what I like to read from others. I am not looking for solutions or sympathy, it is just my little place to express myself. Sometimes, just writing it down can be so cathartic and really beneficial, instead of bottling it in.
I need to stop feeling so ashamed or worry I talk about anxiety or depression a lot. because you know what it is there in my life a lot. It is part of me so naturally is one my biggest influences on the content I make. One major thing I worry about is being open about my mental health on my blog and then maybe at a later date not getting a job because of it.
I think this conservative sort of keeping quiet and carry on mentality stems from childhood and the way I was brought. My earlier years I was brought a Roman Catholic which is pretty hardcore.
So, I am slowly changing my thought processes and the way I communicate. It may not be to everyone’s cup of tea but someone may stumble across it appreciate that they do have similar feelings they are not alone. Mental health is very isolating and gets bad press because you know I have come across people that think I am being a drama queen, but accepting that is OK. The more we talk about mental illness the better chance of breaking down the stigma. I believe that mental health should be treated equally the same as physical health.
Cheers for reading X
My word of the week is:
because I received the letter from the DWP for a reconsideration answer for a request to look at my application again for disability benefit.
The answer was no and scored zero again. I even included a letter of support from my old CPN but it appears that they have sent out the letter two days before receiving my letter, I just don’t know I bother.
It is headache that I don’t really need and it’s making me feel crap. This is how it is now we have to fight for an appeal. my anxiety goes through the roof and I just don’t feel good knowing that I have to wait for the whole appeal process to happen which could take months.
This seems to be making my mental health worse, it just makes me so angry as I have worked so hard over the past couple of years to make small but big improvements.
I suppose I have to remind myself I am not alone and other people also have to fight. I just feel angry at the system which is meant to help the I’ll and disabled. but they have just let most of us down big time.
Cheers for reading X