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Baller Mail: “I’m Dating A Guy With Bad Credit and $15k Worth Of Debt. Am I Wrong For Considering To Break Things Off?”

If you’re going through a tough time-whether its with your relationship, your career, or just life, Baller Alert is here to give you some advice. While it can be hard to talk to family and friends out of fear of being judged, we are here to be that listening ear. If you want to remain anonymous or don’t mind putting your business on front street, our followers will always give you the real deal and tell you what you need to know. If you would like some ballerific advice from our followers, email your questions to Peachkyss@balleralert.com.

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“I need some advice and hoping someone out there can help.
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I love my boyfriend. We’re living together and things are great. But, as we’re living together, I’ve noticed that he’s terrible with his finances, has bad credit, and is 15k + in debt.
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Money isn’t everything, but I also don’t want to live the rest of our lives carrying our finances. I am considering breaking up with him. Am I wrong?”
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What advice would you give our reader?

 

Please refer to the article we posted on discussing finances with your significant other here.

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2 comments

  1. Break up now! He is grown and unless he wants to change how his financial situation is going he will not. If he is not worried about it then there is no point of you taking on his troubles. Bring it up to him and give him a chance to change and if he doesn’t then that shows you where his mind is at and you will pay in the end like you are now. And if you marry him his debt also becomes yours and them people can touch your paycheck too! If your in one of those states, ijs. Good luck.

  2. If you really love this guy and he is committed to paying off his debt, then make a plan with him to help him pay it down. If he does not stick to the plan and continues to accumulate debt, then I would break up with him.

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