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The rising rate of home foreclosures which stands at approximately 1 in 92 households in the United States has raised a national alarm. Medical issues account for approximately half of all home foreclosure filings and it appears that approximately 1.5 million American homeowners could lose their homes to foreclosure every year. The qualitative phenomenological study involved investigating the lived experiences of the consequences of home foreclosures on the physical and mental illness of northern New Jersey homeowners. The research questions asked included what were the lived experiences of physical and mental health decline following home foreclosure and how did the participant's perceive their physical and mental health decline affected their family members? Four core themes were revealed from the study. The four themes included foreclosure process resulting in hospitalization of family and foreclosure associated with the lack of family’s health insurance, family health and the foreclosure process, and foreclosure and the negligence of doctor’s prescription, foreclosure as perceived loss of money and finally homeownership, displacement and housing instability as a reason for depression. The current phenomenological research study of the lived experiences of home foreclosures on 25 homeowners in the process of foreclosure has added to the body of knowledge because it highlighted the stressors, reasons, and causes. The study provides a framework for local practitioners and decision makers in identifying the consequences on the physical and mental health of the participants and their families and providing a workable foreclosure response system.
So the pharmacidical companies are the real winners here?
@Owusu Kizito HUH many folks have insurance.. and many don't and many like me pay for it because we know we have too. I pay 1600 a month for my health insurance.
Jay Hinrichs, TurnKey-Reviews.com | Podcast Guest on Show #222
I would argue, based on my own experience, that you have cause and effect reversed most likely. In reviewing clients credit reports, most foreclosures/bankruptcies I have seen were caused by medical issues that left a client unable to work for an amount of time that wiped out their reserves and crashed their credit as they were unable to meet their financial obligations. Yes, I am sure the stress of being foreclosed on added to their stress and problems but I don't think it is generally the root cause. Rather another result from the original problem.
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