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It's winter, and for some with well insulated, clean, dry houses, it's manageable. The power bill increases but only a little and we will be unlucky if we suffer a cold. For others there is a real fear the power won't last all winter because there is no extra money to pay these increasing bills. The kids get sick but there is no money for the GP so the children get worse. Other members of the family who all live in a cramped house share the bugs because they all share the same spaces.

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The money to pay the power has to come from somewhere and the place that has the most ability to fiddle with the budget is always the food bill. Then you see a finance ad on TV. It screams at you: You see happy people and you think its worth a shot, let's pay this power bill, let's catch up on the rent, the water, let's get some winter clothes for the kids, let's take the kids to the doctor, let's fill the cupboard.

I've found a way to make it all better. You're vulnerable, it's so easy to see the good and not allow yourself to be aware of anything that can go wrong. You think you've fixed your family, and for the short term you have. You're up to date on the rent, the bills, you've done a full food shop and filled the cupboards for the first time that you can remember in a very very long time, the kids are well, everyone is happy.

The mood of the house deflates fast. The Real Money Pokies Huge can tell you are struggling again.

You're not sleeping, you're depressed, sad, scared and worried. An answer to your prayers? You fail to read the fine print. The huge penalties for not paying it back in time, the interest that increases substantially daily. Two loans taken out for the most genuine reasons. You wanted help, you thought this was the only way, but now you have huge repayments, interest rapidly increasing, debt collectors at the door, scared children, angry adults, hunger, cold, and still staying in that damp, cold, mouldy old house that you haven't paid rent in for the past month and may be evicted out of soon.

Then where will you go? Seeing your children go to school in barefeet in the middle of winter because their shoes broke and you can't afford to buy them new ones. Saying to them to stay home from school today because you don't have anything to give them to take for lunch. Making excuses as to why your child can't go on that school camp, trip, outing, why their school uniform is falling apart and you can't get a new one, and trying to hold yourself up when people look Fun Tiny Pokies Rubella on you, when all you want is for the floor to swallow you up.

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It's a very real situation for many people. When you try to do the best by your family but they keep getting sick, they demand more and you have less, when you try so hard to pull yourself out of it, and you are tired, so tired of trying to tell people that you do look after your family, you just can't see how people get out of a situation like this.

When you talk yourself down, see yourself as a failure - to your family, your home, yourself, society. You'd love to learn how to garden as you don't know how, but you don't know where to go. You'd love to learn how to eat better, but you don't know how to make that work on your budget and you don't know who can help you. Judging those in situations like this, it's not doing anyone any favours.

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