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05 June 2012

Bipolar daughter spends R200 000

This reader's daughter, who has bipolar disorder, has run up a debt of R200 000. Who should pay for this?

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Money problems can be a source of real stress, as anyone knows who has financial difficulties. But sometimes the problems are a lot more serious than just living on toast for the last three days of the month.

This reader's daughter, who has bipolar disorder, has run up a debt of R200 000. On top of that the family has had to pay for hospitalization, as their medical scheme benefits have been exhausted. The big question is who is responsible for paying back this debt? What do you think?

Read the whole post here, plus CyberShrink's reply, as well as the contributions of other readers.

(Compiled by Susan Erasmus, Health24, June 2012)

  

 
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