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I’m so close to taking my life so that my life insurance can go to pay all my debts that amount to $5000

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asked Jan 12 by Marian  
I’m a freshman law student from the Philippines. But I’m drowning in debt because of school expenses, law studies here can be really expensive, I wasn’t even able to pay for my tuition fee from last semester and the midterm would be next week and I have no idea how I could settle all this debt by Monday. For the past week, I have contemplated taking my life so my life insurance could pay for all my debts but that wpuld be the exact opposite of what I need, right?
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Profile Photo answered Jan 13 by B. ANGEL7000+ (7,240 points)   5 16
edited Jan 13 by B.
Seriously, $5000 is all you feel your life is worth?  The thing about life insurance is that if your death was deemed a suicide, they most likely would not pay up any ways.  Being a law student, you should have figured that one out on your own.  If this causes you that much stress that you are not able to deal with debt, what do you think you  would do when you graduated law school?  It is a real world out there and maybe you should just drop the course for now, get a job, pay your debt, and just maybe, by then you would have matured enough and gained enough life experiences to go back to the course and actually have a chance of graduation and becoming a prominent lawyer. Nothing in life that is worth while is easy to come by.  Sucess takes a lot of hard work, sweat and tears. So grow up butter cup.!  This may not be the help you expected to get but trust me, someday you will want to thank me for the advice I gave you. Now pick yourself up, dust yourself off and get a whole new attitude. Papasmurf, A.K.A. Rick B.

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