| mizzsandra00 wrote:|
You just wanna say they
shouldn't go.....but okay....you have the snobbiest views on money for
someone that still lives at home.....can I ask what your
responsibilities money wise look like? Are you one of those people that
live off other people and you just have to pay your T-mobile bill?
Serious question....I feel like assessments on your life need to be made
before you can be this shady....you drive your own car? in yo name?
paids for my you? No shade just genuinely curious.
Here's a short list...
-I have medical bills in the thousands from my nov 2012 hospital stay that are still being paid off.
-I just got out of the hospital may 2014 and have started to get the bills, they already are at 10k
have to start chemo which for some reason I'm being told that I have to
pay upfront (like 10k each time) and will maybe get reimbursed 50%
-I have medical bills from when I was uninsured for years (while having lupus) bc I couldn't get insurance
-credit card that was used to cover medical bills and meds
help pay for my biological sisters rent, car, and food because I am her
only family and she is trying to make it in this world
-health insurance, copays, meds (I'm at the doc at least 1-2x/wk and I take 10 meds currently)
-...and there are more bills but those are the main ones
-and this is all without a job or government help
I am EXTREMELY grateful that my parents give me a roof over my head, make sure I don't starve, and give me free wifi.
When I make comments about financial stuff, I'm not being shady or snobby. This is the life I live and have been living.