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Lending Money to a Family Member

Should you keep giving money to a deadbeat family member?
Should you keep giving money to a deadbeat family member?
Everyone's got that one uncle or cousin, the one who just can't seem to hold on to a dollar. He's got a hole in his pocket, it seems, and he's always hitting you up for cash. Sure, he says he'll pay it back, but you know he doesn't have a job and can't seem to keep himself away from the bar. You're never going to get that money back, but it would be wrong to leave a family member high and dry, right? What can you do?

Nobody likes a mooch, whether they're blood or not. It's hard enough to support yourself - writing checks to your deadbeat brother at the same time is just another drain on your resources that you really can't afford to sustain. Furthermore, you're really not doing your relative any favors by continuing to support him while he blows your money on frivolous things. After all, give a man a fish and he eats for a day - teach him to fish and he eats for a lifetime.

It's not easy, but you should confront your broke family member about finding a way to get back on his feet. Instead of lending him money, see if you can help him land a job interview, or talk to friends who might be able to find him a new, more affordable apartment.

For more advice, contact a psychic. Our talented psychics can peer into the future to see how you can help your struggling relative get his finances in order. 
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