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Have you ever sold a family heirloom or other belonging with sentimental value in order to pay a bill?

Response Percent Votes
No.
 
75% 194
Yes.
 
24% 64
Total 258

Comments

Kat Christian 6 years, 11 months ago

Not to pay a bill but to feed my children once - many years ago. I hope I'm not forced to do it now the way things are going.

imastinker 6 years, 11 months ago

I sold a car to afford a baby. I really liked that car.

trinity 6 years, 11 months ago

yeah i did, many years ago-my high school class ring :( had to feed the baby. it would take a real bad situation, to drive me to do such a thing ever again.

denak 6 years, 11 months ago

Not a family heirloom but while in school, I sold a lot of things that had sentimental value(ie favorite books) and some things that had no sentimental value (ie plasma) in order to support my son and get through school.Those were tough, tough times. Dena

jonas 6 years, 11 months ago

I had to sell my baby to afford a car. Thing kept breaking down and having crap come out the tailpipe. Serious fluid leaks all the time. The car didn't work so well either.

Godot 6 years, 11 months ago

In a way I did. I helped my grandmother sell her house, the one my grandpa inherited from his parents, so she could move to an assisted living facility. Though the move helped her stay quasi-independent for a few more years, I have regrets. She reliquished many, many memories when she gave up her home.

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