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“People who are struggling financially can feel ashamed, like they aren’t good enough or even blame themselves for their situation. This might prevent them from asking for help.
Change is really hard without help, especially when you are already doing your best. Everyone deserves to be financially healthy. Getting help isn’t about blame or judgement, it’s about empowerment.”
– Amanda, Kids Helpline Counsellor
Practical coping options
Counsellors/Kids Helpline can’t tell you how to budget or give you any financial advice, because we’re not financial experts. But we can refer you to other places and people that might be able to help.
If you are struggling financially and finding it hard to find a new job, it’s important (and empowering) to get additional support:
Even people who are wildly famous and successful have experienced job losses, whether during their early career, or at unexpected times along the way.
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