To whom it may concern,
I would like to start off by saying thank you for taking time and reading my request for a small donation. In the past recent months I have accumulated debt that I can’t dig myself out of, and am asking for help with $2,000. Here is my story:
From August through October, I was forced to take work off and was placed on Short Term Disability due to medical reasons. In that period of time I accumulated medical bills, along with my everyday bills, that my disability did not cover. After my medical treatment, I decided life is too short and to better my life, and my health, I made the decision to quit drinking alcohol. During my sobriety, I realized my relationship with my girlfriend of 2 years was not healthy, and I made the decision to end it to focus on myself and my health. I own my own home, so my girlfriend was living with me at my house. In our breakup she had to move out, which meant I was the sole provider now for all housing payments, which I was not financially ready for. At the time of our break up, I was already in debt to the medical bills. Now I was taking on all utility bills and full mortgage payments. On top of this, I did not want to lose my puppy in the break up, because he has been my best friend and my son since the day I brought him home. In order for me to keep him, I had to buy him off of my ex, with money I did not have. Along with purchasing my dog, I had to pay off the furniture that her and I were making monthly payments on.
All of these unforeseen payments have spiraled me into debt I cannot get out of. I am now 160 days alcohol free and I am happier and healthier than I have ever been before. Making the decision to end my unhealthy relationship, and to become forever sober, was the hardest decision of my life, and ultimately has put me in debt. With that being said, it has been the best decision I have ever made, and wouldn’t change it. I choose my life, my health, and my happiness over money. You truly can’t put a price tag on your life.
I am thriving in life right now, in terms of health, both mental and physical. But I am drowning in debt and can’t dig myself out of this hole. If anyone out there would be willing to help me get out of this trouble, I would be forever grateful. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for taking time and reading this.
I am politely asking for a $2,000 donation, or anything you would be willing to contribute. My PayPal is paypal.me/wiegmanj