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January 2013

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i fail at life-tetris

...don't have my rent that's due in a couple days, credit card over limit, can't pay the overdue bill for the phone that I lost, have a paper to write, have to register for graduation by today but I can't do it online, can't put myself together to sew up the blanket project I started over the summer, collection agencies on me for hospital bills from going inpatient that I can't pay, and I'm still being charged for the DBT group I'm not going to because of the jobs I've gotten and had to quit, and I have no therapy or doc to help me, and that's not even touching on the less immediate interpersonal bs i manage to get myself into or my knitting projects or my magnificient exploding room...

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With the medical bills, you will suffer no hit to your credit score by not paying them.

Some of those bills will be lowered after-the-fact if you tell them you now have MassHealth. It's one of those weird, "oh hey, you ARE poor, let's slide the scale" things.

With Masshealth, you can get therapy and docs, and meds for a max copay of $3. I'm here to help you navigate those confusing seas if you'd like. I was on Masshealth for years and know a lot of their weird rules.