Me and my hubby have an income of $1,000 a month. Our rent is $355 and we pay the rest in pure bills like utilities, gas, groceries, and we really are caused alot of grief. We are in a situation beyond our control. We are working on gettting his US residency and we have to come up with $1,800 by September and if I get my student loans it should be fine. I have been in and out of jobs and have had no steday work for 6 months. I ot sick and was in the hospital and the job I was at is big time cutting back and could not use my help anymore and did not want to allow me to go to school. It was a $6.00 an hour job and only like 10 hours or less a week but did help financially. I mean we could pay our bills a little better. Now we are constantly asking for help from churches and we owe people like my mom money, my husbands friend, and a couple other people. We are just trying to survive and it is so rough. Going anywhere is not really an option we save the gas in the car for him to go to work and to run errands like go to the grocery. WE pay our bills online like phone and utilities. We are trying but I am very stressed because I need mediacal treatment I have PCOS and I am staying real sick.
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