welfare because my husband works at a barely-above minimum wage job. Even if I get a job, we would still receive food stamps, so I choose to be a home-mom all day and take careof things here.
ppl dont like it(family members)...and their negativity is taking a toll.
What do u think about this?
**edit** I've been a single parent, worked fulltime, gone to school fulltime, had children in daycare...and basically I know what my stress threshold is, and the bottom line is: IT'S NOT THAT HIGH.
Yeah, unfortunately, I honestly don't think I can handle all the responsibilies I do around here (cooking all the meals, laundry, cleaning, supplement kids schooling, not too mention me time, excercising, etc.) AND do it in the time leftover from a part-time job but before I pick them up from school.
I honestly doubt I can handle all that. I suffer from stress and anxiety easily...but that's just me.I dropped out of college because I became clinically depressed after having a full-load of school work and being a single parent to my toddler..and that's because she was in daycare while I was at school.
Sorry if I seem lazy (as some of you has mentioned), but stressed out mom is not a good option for my kiddos. I think I can only handle my at-home responsibilies mentioned above.
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