You don’t do any better putting emotional issues on a “credit card” because you feel you haven’t time or energy to deal with them now, as they are arising, than you do putting large numbers of purchases you really can’t afford on a real credit card, and telling yourself you will pay for them later. Like the real credit card, the emotional one exacts a huge toll in interest. The longer you let those emotional issues go without attending to them, the more the “emotional interest” builds up, and the steeper will be the price you have to pay to the piper, in the fullness of time. Suffice to say, the denouement will not be pretty!
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This is very wise Jon.
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