Boosting Your Credit Score: Part 59, Debt & Emotions

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Tip #98: Don't mix debt with emotion and stay aware of your emotions

It pays to separate your feelings of worth and your emotions from your finances, especially when you are trying to repair your credit.  Feeling self-pity, shame, fear, or sadness as you try to repair your credit score won't help you.  Staying calm and professional as you deal with credit bureaus and financial professionals will help you. If you need to, keep telling yourself that your credit score is just an important number.  Keep it separate from yourself and your emotional state as far as possible.

Bad credit can be emotionally trying, and boosting your credit can be daunting and difficult as well.  It is important that you keep track of your emotions during the process.  If you find yourself dwelling on your credit too much or if you find yourself severely depressed, seek help at once.  A credit problem is a fixable solution - do not let it become an emotional disaster for you.

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