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COUPLE USE CREDIT CARD TO PAY FOR DREAM HOLIDAY, FINANCIAL STRESS UNTIL BREAK UP

I had been dreaming of a romantic getaway with my partner for months. We had worked hard and saved hard to make this trip a reality and were both so excited.

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We had planned out every detail, down to the last restaurant and beach spot. We had the perfect itinerary.

Then, the day before we were supposed to leave, I got a call from our bank. We had used a credit card to pay for our trip and our credit limit had been reached. There was no way we could go on our dream holiday.

We were both devastated. We had been planning this trip for months and had put a lot of work into saving for it. We had been looking forward to it for so long and now it was all for nothing.

My partner was furious. He blamed me for not keeping a closer eye on our finances and said that I should have known better. I felt ashamed and embarrassed.

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We decided to try and get a loan from the bank to cover the cost of the trip, but we were turned down. We were both so disappointed. We had worked hard for this trip and now it was all for nothing.

We ended up having to cancel the trip and it was a huge financial loss. We were both so frustrated and stressed out. We ended up arguing a lot and the stress of the situation put a huge strain on our relationship.

After a few months, we decided to break up.

We were both too stressed and exhausted to continue the relationship. We both blamed each other for the financial stress and neither of us wanted to take responsibility for it.

I learned that it’s important to be aware of your financial situation and to not rely too heavily on credit cards. It’s also important to be honest with your partner about your finances and to talk about money openly.

I’m thankful that I learned this lesson before it was too late. I regret not being more careful with our finances.

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Credit cards can be a great way to pay for a dream holiday, but it’s important to be aware of your financial situation and to not rely too heavily on them. Be honest with your partner about your finances and make sure that you talk openly about money. Doing this can help prevent financial stress and keep your relationship strong.

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