i get paid every two weeks but i end up broke before i even have a chance to get anything really paid off. i really need to find a place that can help or at least some one to show me how this single mom thing works.Answer Question
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Answer by Mom2Jack04 at 11:47 PM on Feb. 26, 2009
Hi, I am so sorry for you . The of last year I almost went to divorce. So that made me wake for live and I decided to find me a job, where I could make a good money and be able to be with my kids and pay for my bills. So I meet a very nice lady in the cafemom,,who told me about the Passion Parties business, I was Mexico,so I couldn't start then. So now after a month that I have joined the Passion Parties team, I am feeling self confident and doing very good! And guess what? I got back with my husband and we are closest then ever. I don't know if you would want your husband back. But working with Passion Parties, you get all the support you need, and you sure will make enough money to pay your bills, be able to be with your kids and feel very confident about your self and have a better and happy life. contact me, and I will help you get there! www.zenshotpassion.com e ou write me back on cafemom. God bless u
Answer by Zenn at 1:27 AM on Feb. 27, 2009
Don't forget that you husband have to pay children support and you can get government support also! Like food stamps and another things, go to the social department on your town or check on-line http://www.answers.com/topic/family-support-services-income-support-services-for-children-and-families, Good luck! I will be praying for you! God bless you!
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