Getting Out from Going Under: Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders

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The "Getting Out from Going Under Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders" was written by a compulsive debtor in recovery.

Since 2012, Susan B.’s blog, "Getting Out from Going Under.," has provided guidance and support for thousands of compulsive debtors and spenders. Now, she’s created this new resource to help you stay sober with money, one day at a time.

The "Getting Out from Going Under Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders" is an invaluable aid to recovery for those who suffer with this debilitating and demoralizing addiction. Filled with practical tips, inspiration, and a thought for each day, the "Daily Reader" will encourage and motivate you to stay on the path of recovery.

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Susan B. is a grateful, recovering compulsive debtor and spender. She first came into Debtors Anonymous in 1999 and paid off over $22,000 of unsecured debt.  Thinking she had the answer, she left the program. After a six year relapse, Susan finally hit bottom. When she came out of the fog in the spring of 2009, she realized that she'd now accrued over $34,000 in credit card debt, and couldn’t afford to pay for her son to begin college in the fall.  On April 25, 2009, she cut up her credit cards, recommitted herself to Debtors Anonymous and working her recovery program, and began using the ideas in this book to keep from debting and out-of-control spending one day at a time.  In 2012, Susan started the blog,, as a resource to provide guidance and support to struggling and recovering compulsive debtors and spenders.  Through the miracle of the program, Susan’s son was able to start college in the fall of 2009 and he graduated in 2013.  Despite becoming disabled in 2010, which severely reduced her income, Susan has continued to pay off her debt and stay abstinent one day at a time with the help of her program, her network, and her Higher Power.
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Apr 25, 2015
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Business & Economics / Personal Finance / Budgeting
Business & Economics / Personal Finance / Money Management
Self-Help / Compulsive Behavior / Gambling
Self-Help / Compulsive Behavior / General
Self-Help / General
Self-Help / Twelve-Step Programs
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