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Obtaining the education of her dreams, a legal degree from the University of Ottawa, has left 27-year-old Amy Kishek $150,000 in debt. Now she feels her debt could prevent her from becoming the kind of lawyer she wants to be. This is part of a Globe series that explores our growing dependence on credit — from the average household to massive institutions — and the looming risks for a nation addicted to cheap money. Join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #DebtBinge

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