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I have to chime in here to agree with the rest - you're still trying to "rescue" Hunter. Work on getting your own life in order, and help him to get his life in order - don't work on getting his life in order.

If you can't buy into the group's consensus on "don't take on Hunter's debt" perhaps you could at least agree to wait a few months before doing it? After all if he can sell the property it sounds like that resolves most of his issues. Plus I've certainly seen a lot of people talk about how if the debt resolution came "too easy" that made it so much easier to fall back into "next time".


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