I just got married in Jan of this year...My husband was working when we first meet...now he's on disability.Out of his check he has to pay child support,so that leaves us with nothing out of his check...I work for the local school during the school months...I have recently started working at the grocery store to help pay the bills.My husband is a minister and is trying to look for a church...but in the meantime we are barely makeing the monthly bills each month.His mother thinks he should get off disability and get a job to help out...He had a heart attack two years ago,so he got on S.S...he just recently had a check up and his heart is in good shape....I think if he got a desk job of some sort he would be alright...I have worked hard all my life and had to raise 3 kids by myself...I always thought if I ever got married again it would be much easier ,because you both work to pay the bills together....I feel like I work and work and never get anywhere....I have asthma and it has been really hard to keep up.Iam I wrong for feeling that my husband should get a job,now that his heart is ok...or should I just except things the way they are...????and be more stronger for my family.
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