relationship advice (post new situation)
 
 
"money"
 
were broke and he blames himself,and hes mad at me cuz im kinda lazy,dont clean.i cant tell him im depressed.i dont think thats a reson to be lazy.we have a 4 month old daughter named lakota rhyli.she makes things harder.
 
posted by leann (age 18) on 8/4/2008 @10:30:01 AM •
 
you can't stop him from blaming himself but you can help out by cleaning. if you already admit that you're lazy and thats the reason for you not cleaning then thats your fault. if you are committed to this man then you should be willing to help him out as much as you can, and if the limits of that is to help by not being lazy and helping to clean, then do it. millions of mothers raising 2 year olds manage to clean their house and raise their child
 
posted by heather (age 18) on 8/6/2008
 
i was told that if you need help with your light bill you can go to a cathlic church on wesnesdays and they will pay it for you but only one time a year. and there are other places you can go for daipers,wipes clothes, and food. call department of children and families and they'll give you a list of places and numbers
 
posted by brittany (age 18) on 8/7/2008
 
ok well first off u should try to help out around the house and do u have a job if nt then go get one and have eather u'r mom or his mom watch u'r daughter and that should help
sarah
 
posted by sarah (age 18) on 8/7/2008
 
WELL LEANN MAYB U SHOULD STOP BEIN LAZY AND THINK ABOUT UR BABY GET A JOB SO U CAN HELP OUT WIT THA BILLS UR DEPRESSED CAUSE YALL HAVE NO MONEY WHEN U GET A JOB YOU WONT BE DEPRESSED ANY MORE
 
posted by CHRISTINA (age 18) on 8/7/2008
 
depression will make you not want to do everyday things, like clean up the house and take a shower. you might have some post partum or something... it's a normal thing.
 
posted by jon on 8/8/2008
 


 
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