There Is Help Out There – Reach Out To It

My Dad has a progressive neurological disease, similar to Parkinsonism. We know he is not going to ever be as good as he once was. When he was first diagnosed, my Mom was depressed and angry and felt that no one cared or could help them because no one rushed in to help. Slowly, through educating ourselves and reaching out to experts who can help us, we have found that there are things we can do to slow the progression and help him have a full life. He can have a good life, even if it isn’t the life he used to know.

If you have a hardship that is preventing your life from being as good as it once was (like a loss of income, disability, death, divorce) and causing you to face a Michigan foreclosure , I urge you to educate yourself and reach out to people who can help you get back to better times. Like with my Mom, no one will call you, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t waiting to help you. They probably simply don’t know you need help. Ask and you shall receive.

If you know your situation is not going to get better because of a hardship that isn’t going away, take control and make something happen. Don’t wait for something to happen. What you make happen is certainly going to be more productive for you than if you sit back and let someone else take control. And of course the best thing you can make happen is a call to Emily (aka “Mom”) to see what options you have. Remember, she probably does not know to call you and offer the help, yet she is here ready to help you.

We are those people who can help. We have helped many Michigan families get a fresh start and make the best of their situation (see all the testimonials here and here). Let us help you.

Ann

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