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Having lots of Sleepless Nights? Have you ever counted sheep and 2 hours later, you are still not asleep? You find yourself in a situation where, however hard you try you cannot empty your mind of this problem.
The saying “A problem shared is a problem halved,” can often be quite true.
Usually when we have a problem we are losing sleep over, it is connected with illness, emotional or financial stress.
We all know what it is like nowadays making our money stretch.
When we do not get the right amount of sleep, it can affect our ability to cope. Even the simplest of tasks become difficult so it can have an effect on everything around us.
We are familiar with the nursery rhyme about Wee Willie Winkie, walking through the streets in his dressing gown. I wonder if he could not sleep, because he wished he has someone to talk to, maybe about his financial affairs.
In most situations many of our worries can be made easier to cope with; some worry can be solved or controlled.
Stress in our modern world is called the “The Silent Killer.” It can be caused by financial issues.
We can all appreciate the worry of the letter box opening and watching the red letter hit the mat. You may feel like filing it away, but you don’t have to, there are options available. All you would have to do is source out an Insolvency Practitioner like Wilson Field, who have several solutions to all kinds of business/ personal debt problems.
Everyone wants to pay their way. However sometimes we all need a little extra time, that is where options like Individual Voluntary Arrangements ( IVA’S) / Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA’S) can help. Once you have sent that email or made that phone call asking for advice and options, you can then see that there is a way forward for your finances, and then you finally have good night’s sleep.
No one has to be afraid to ask for advice, because the options are out there for the taking.
Once you have sought out financial advice, then all you need to worry about is making sure you have a good alarm clock.
By: Bev Horton – Wilson Field