Living in Fear of Mortgage Repossession and Debt Increase

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Many families and single people are living in fear of their homes being repossessed because of the prospect of another mortgage interest rate rise.

Many people are fearful of the next interest rate rise as they are already in a spiral of uncontrollable debt. The pressure of this is associated with other problems including marriage breakdowns, major health issues and stresses.

A new eBook has been launched by someone who knows exactly what it is like to be in that frightening situation. Her name is Aine Callan. She has written about her experiences from her own debt problems due to the last recession.

However, she did manage to turn her life around after losing everything including her home, business and most importantly, all her financial security. Thankfully, she didn't go bankrupt - she just went completely and utterly broke! However, at that time, she heard of people who were unable to cope with their debts and eventually resorted to taking their own lives.

Because of this experience, she now wants to help others cope and deal with their debts so that they don't have to suffer unnecessarily. Being a positive lady, she wants to help them to realise that they can move on to live a more fun-filled life, even with debts.

Aine says "Everybody has different reasons for getting into a financial mess but that doesn't matter. What matters is that they get out of the mess – and quickly."

Her motive is that this eBook will help others transform their state of mind and empower them to make the necessary adjustments for their own live changes. She has produced a Free Report giving details of what is in the eBook.

It is a very comprehensive eBook and includes many examples of how to get started again when everything has been taken away from you. There are even details on how to get a badly needed and "free" holiday!

The eBook is called 'How to Survive your Debt and Live a Fun-filled Life Within Days.'

Aine Callan, Writer

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