Just a thought . . .
I am not sure of the ages of most members here. . . but for those of us who were raised in a two income family and had lots of 'stuff' growing up . . . and we didn't have to earn money to pay for that 'stuff'. . . we never learned how to plan, save, WAIT, to have 'stuff' (or equally important . . learn how to be frustrated and do without). Well, that spills over into adulthood, when there is no one around to make things better. . . and then we're left to learn how to enjoy the wait, plan ahead, save, and THEN have the 'stuff' IF we can ever save enough to buy the 'stuff'.
I think this causes a lot of trouble for young adults, including maxing out credit cards and then suffering the overwhelming task of trying to manage the debt . . . which spills over into ruining relationships, etc. etc. etc.
No need to respond. . . just thinking out loud.
In His Grip,
UCTD (Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease),
Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Depression, GI Probs, High BP, Glucose Intolerance
I have no medical training.
The message above is my sincere attempt to share with you. You are now my friend. Thanks for being here.