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Debt comes in many shapes and sizes and can have a wide range of impacts on both the person in debt and their family and friends. While awareness of debt issues has risen, there is still a lack of understanding of how to deal with debt and where to seek advice. R3’s recent research found that people in debt are more likely to ask a friend than to turn to a professional advisor.
Mental health issues also come in many different forms, and can have a wide range of impacts on both the person themselves and their family and friends. Although the profile of mental health issues has risen, more needs to be done to ensure that no one feels they are alone and know where to seek help. Mental Health Awareness Week is a great opportunity to continue to share experiences of mental health issues and to promote where you can find help.
Most insolvency professionals come across people in debt who are also suffering mental health issues. Why is there a cross over between the two issues? In some respects it is a “catch 22”:
So debt and mental health issues often go hand in hand, as R3’s research with ComRes found – 1 in 4 British adults’ mental h
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