My dilemma this week is how much money do I put out for my daughter? I send her money orders every other week when I get paid. Sometimes it is a little more than others. I send her magazine subscriptions and a book now and then. Now since she can't take the classes yet there, she wants to do correspondence course of some sort. I haven't looked into the actual cost yet, but I know sometimes they can be expensive and while I really want her to be busy and learn, my job is rocky, times are hard, I haven't had a raise in more than a year and I am scared to get started in something like this. I am barely making it as it is, paycheck to paycheck (I know you all understand this). I am paying for her first Public Defender bill right now too (5 dollars a month). Why do I feel guilty if I say no? Have any of you had to deal with this and how are you handling it?
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