I'm finding it very hard to relate to friends or care about their everyday problems. My good friend has had a lot of financial problems, which are partly because of a poor decision that has spiraled out of control. They have lost their house, car, savings, and ability to live the carefree life they once did. All of this because they decided to use their life savings and get a 2nd mortgage to open a restaurant after his family's business went under. Too big a risk (I think)when you have four children and one on the way.The restaurant failed. i have been depressed about our financial situation in the past. I know why she is so down,I just can't deal with her depression now after losing Faith. It annoys me.The other day she says to me that we should write a book together about the last year and how we survived.I'm thinking- just how would your financial problems fit into a book with the death of my daughter. I just want to scream you have all of your kids to kiss goodnight.Get over yourself. Do any of you have the same problem caring for others?
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