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  • connie United States

    Tyler, you are a good man. Thank you for emailing me. I am so amazed that there are still people out there that really cares about others. I have been an RN for 28 years and have been single for 30 years taking care of my disabled son during his whole life. My sons father could care if we had food or shelter, he was to busy cat-in around. Currently I have been unemployed for over a year and half and now my son and I will lose our home. I don't understand why such bad things happen to good people. I have given my whole life to others at the hope to God something will happen to make things better. Please advise what I can do. God Bless You for Your Kindness!

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    • Patricia Gregory Troy, MI #1635802

      Connie, been there done that with six children! Hold on dear heart, sometimes there is no explanation for the reason bad things happen to good people. I know at the moment it might seem like things will never change but trust God!!! They will change, He knows and believe me He cares. I spent many sleepless nights wondering how in the world I was going to make it...because I kept losing sight of who I belonged to....it worked out. My children are grown, strong, caring and loving people. The struggles made us all stronger. I not only love them dearly....I like them as well...blessings and miracles for you now and always! Patti

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    • Shamika Troy mi #1635961

      Connie not sure which city u live in but if u send shamika an email she can try to find u a job Michelle

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    • Barry Atlanta #1637962

      To Connie: this life is replete with challenges. Being a single parent is no easy task, especially caring for your disabled son. One thing I've always shared with my kids (and I've been a single parent since my divorce in 1999 & my kids' mom lives in another state). I have a daughter 16 & a son 17. I've always talked to them about scapegoating. People that come into our lives for better, or for worse, are there for a reason; usually those people come into our lives to teach us something about ourselves, to expand the soul, and for us to grow spiritually. There have been times when I've opened the refrigerator and it's been empty, but over the course of 13 years, my kids have never missed a meal. I don't mention this to boast (who would brag abt an empty fridge) , only to inform you that you must stay the course. You must find the lesson that God has for you in your ordeals. You won't find that lesson if you, in any way, shape, or form, insinuate that what you're going through may be consequences from what someone else did, or did not do. Stay in prayer, meditate on that which you want for you and your son, and the Universe will bring that to you .. GUARANTEED .. because I've lived it!

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    • PK Burtonsville MD #1642991

      Connie, your story touched my heart very much. I usually don't respond or post anywhere on the internet, but I felt I had to. Hang in there, I am a single mother too and just had my vehicle repossessed. I am a full time nursing student in an accelerated program and I can hardly find a job that would accommodate my school schedule. Hang in there and trust in God fully because that is what I am doing too. I have no idea how I will get my son to daycare and get myself to school next week. All I have had is my faith in God, I have nothing else. I know He will provide for me and my son, and He will provide for you and your son too. God bless you.

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