I am not....nothing as changed at all.
Yep. Four years ago I was still looking for a job. I'd relocated to get away from an ex when the police wouldn't help me. It was spur of the moment due to changing circumstances (for the worse).
Today I am an assistant manager at an adult foster home. I live in a nice home of MY choosing (rather than whatever I could get into when I first moved here). On top of that, I now have my beautiful 7 month old daughter.
Things could be better. That I won't deny. But things have been worse, so I'm okay about it. I'm also working towards my goals to make my situation even better.
This makes me sad. :(
I believe EVERYBODY should have health insurance. Not by force but rather because it's affordable. I hate that an ambulance trip to a hospital 2 miles away can cost anywhere from $290 to $480 , and that's just with Medicare- and just an example.
I hope things improve for you and everybody in your situation.
Quoting kailu1835: Wors. We couldn't afford the government mandated insurance so now we have none. Before Obama, we had great insurance.
Yes we are. All of us have insurance now and my husband got a few nice raises to make things even better. We just moved to a new apartment in a better neighborhood as well.
4 years ago I had three 4 year olds, one with cancer, a 3 year old, and I was working a CEO job. Those were hellish times as the kids were so young that they couldn't really do anything for themselves and each day was kind of on autopilot. I didn't enjoy 2010 at all.
4 kids within 14 months. I don't recommend it for anybody if you actually want to enjoy parenting.
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