Friday, July 8, 2016

I don't have the answers.

There was a time in my life when I would go to the supermarket and purchase everything without any thought of the price. However, since I've been diagnosed with Paranoid Schizophrenia, things have changed slowly but surely. I don't have much money anymore, and everything I buy at the grocery store these days is looked at carefully. The past few years have been a lot more difficult, and I find myself shopping at the local 99 Cent store, in order to save money. I buy a great deal of frozen foods that are prepackaged and certainly not healthy. It wouldn't bother me as much, if I didn't have to purchase the same kind of food for my son. He's a five year old growing boy and he needs to eat healthy foods. I feel guilty because he deserves a lot better. I know, if anyone is reading this, you might think negatively because you don't know the full story on how my son came into my life. I currently have custody of my son for half of the week, which is Thursday thru Sunday. It saddens me that I can't give him everything he deserves, and the food he currently eats when I have him over, isn't the best. I use the twenty-two dollars of food stamps that I get monthly for myself, as well as, the recycling money I'm able to get from cans and bottles, but it isn't enough. I don't know what to do anymore, and I'm scared. I'm scared that I'll lose the ability to see my son, because of my broken down car, as well as, not being able to feed and house him. I could get a part time job, but I haven't worked in years because of my illness. I don't know if the stress would cause another breakdown. I just don't have the answers.

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Please GoFundMe... In Need of Purchasing a Dependable Used Car, so I can visit my son regularly. Any amount would help and I'll be forever grateful.  Or you can send funds thru Paypal at my email Please read my story, as to why I need help. Thank You So Very Much!!!!

My dying car...