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      I would tell him that he is a hard worker but the business is not working out. If you are struggling financially he does need to get a job that will pay the bills and support the family. If he really enjoys his job than he can do it part time (evenings and weekends) and get a full time job also. And you need to use word NO more often, you are too kind. So what if people get mad at you. If you feel used than let them get mad at you. Kick him in the butt if need be. Make a chore list for all of the family members according to their capability. The kids could help with dishes, vacuuming etc. They can even learn to sort and fold laundry. Get everyone involved in helping.
      Have a family meeting and talk about how tired and sad you are and things need to change for you.

      Good luck and God Bless,

      Original Message —-
      From: Jennifer Huff
      To: Budget 101
      Sent: Monday, April 9, 2007 1:16:01 PM
      Subject: : Frustrated!

      I haven’t posted in awhile, but have been reading the posts and
      getting good ideas for saving money. My frustration seems so petty,
      but it is driving me crazy. I am 36, have a DH and DD6 and DD9. When
      my husband got out of the regular Army after the Gulf war, he spent 6
      years trying college, working at McDonalds and then a restaurant with
      me completely supporting us. He finally settled on carpentry and
      worked for a couple of
      different people over several years. In 2002
      he decided to start his own carpentry business and we have been
      struggling, borrowing, etc as he is trying to make it on his own. I
      work 20 hrs per week in a very physical job and work for medical
      benefits for the family.

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