Disability Grants To Help Smart But Poor Bipolar Disabled Man Find Debt Relief
by James Marich
(Vale, Oregon, USA)
I am a 48-year-old male, living alone. I have no children, and have been celibate 99 months now, due to my Christian beliefs.
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In 2003 I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and put on Social Security Disability. Since then I have acquired open angle glaucoma in both of my eyes.
I had one surgery on my hip in 2012, a neck surgery in 2013, with a piece of titanium and two screws. Soon I will have a full hip replacement.Financial Hardship
I get Social Security; that check is $328. I am also on Social Security Disability, and that check is $413.
I went and received a title loan on my truck, to help with the overages, and still owe $990 to them.
What I make each month does not cover the bills. I am in debt to everyone, and don't know where to go next.Income Efforts
I cannot work due to all the medication I am on. With my bipolar medication and pain management, I take 16 pills a day.
They wont even let me drive. All my rides come from medical transportation.Specific Needs
I am seeking to find a grant to help with bills, and to pay off some if not all of my bad credit, and debt.
I am not a sob story. I have an IQ of 172. Even being smart does not help. I have a business name and checking account, but no working capital.Business Idea
I make hand-made jewelry, earrings mostly. I can do anything I put my mind to do. I have so many ideas for invention, and working prototypes. But I don't have any working capital.
I am a smart man, but when you're poor you're poor, and nothing else in my life to date, can change that. God Bless You All.