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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepseekerADS View Post
    Yes it is, there's all kinds of groups out there to help support you.

    NEVER give up trying to find help. And my friend, it's bad for your wife if you too - give up. Where but you in her life, can she find support?
    Thanks Roger.
    You're a good man!
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  2. #62
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    I'm really trying.
    It's Friday and just when I thought things couldn't possibly get worse..yeah, how do I tell my two subcontractors that I can't pay their paycheck this week!
    I haven't personally had a paycheck in over two years now.
    Everything I had saved to give my Viking a pina colada on the beach has been wasted away on the multiple seizure meds that she is on.
    Our savings are officially depleted this morning and homelessness beckons.

    Now what.

    I feel a seriously emptiness within myself.
    That's NOT good!
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    The supreme irony of life is that hardly anyone gets out of it alive.
    Robert A. Heinlein

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    Mizuta Masahide (Edo period 17th century Japanese poet and Samurai) — 'Since my house burned down I now have a better view of the rising moon'

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    Quote Originally Posted by releventchair View Post
    Mizuta Masahide (Edo period 17th century Japanese poet and Samurai) — 'Since my house burned down I now have a better view of the rising moon'
    Stay positive..

    Mike.. thanks RC.
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    The supreme irony of life is that hardly anyone gets out of it alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1969 View Post
    I'm really trying.
    It's Friday and just when I thought things couldn't possibly get worse..yeah, how do I tell my two subcontractors that I can't pay their paycheck this week!
    I haven't personally had a paycheck in over two years now.
    Everything I had saved to give my Viking a pina colada on the beach has been wasted away on the multiple seizure meds that she is on.
    Our savings are officially depleted this morning and homelessness beckons.

    Now what.

    I feel a seriously emptiness within myself.
    That's NOT good!
    What's your 20...? ("Cop-speak" for location). Maybe sources are available to help y'all.

  6. #66
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    Unresolved grief!

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    Last edited by CoilyGirl; Aug 09, 2019 at 09:47 AM.
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  7. #67
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    been doing the homeless thing for 15 years now. i certainly understand the emptiness feeling dont know, dont care. thats the way the tide flows. maybe you have better luck than i ? ah what the hell do i know(*_*)
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    I hesitate to post on this discussion...but oh well.
    What's done is done. You can't erase the past. I idly wonder if you want to grieve for your father. You did not choose him.
    You can pray but I will be shocked if someone shows up at your door with buckets of money and maybe a time machine so you might get a do over.
    If you could have what you want, what would that be?
    Have you thought of starting a Gofundme page? And maybe talking to your minister if you have a church?
    Sounds like your wife needs urgent medical care.
    From what I see here you are not capable of fixing this situation alone.
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    You may forget but let me tell you this: someone in some future time will think of us-Sappho

  9. #69

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    Agree.
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