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Doing All I Can

I'm new to EP. I've gone through a lot in my life. Still do everyday. I'm a single father. Sometimes I don't want to get out of the bed but I've got to go to work at two jobs to support my mother and children. I'm angry. I want to cry but the tears don't come.
MrYours MrYours 36-40, M 6 Responses Feb 2, 2013

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I know that feeling all too well. The need to rest but life moves on without you.. So it's as if there is no time to catch your breath. Stay strong, you aren't alone

Stay strong..my brotha, trials and tribulations come into our life, and we weather through them.....and they make us stronger...you're doing a wonderful thing, raising your children and supporting your mother....and you WILL be blessed for it.....just keep on persevering...and keeping your head up...! ;)

I am sorry to hear that you are going through a lot. We all have our share of crosses to bear so do remember that you are not the only one going through a difficult situation. Feel free to vent here, it helps to be able to express what you think and how you feel. I hope that things get better for you, hopefully soon. :)

what are you angry about?....i work two jobs to support my family to...what happened to your partner??...dont be angry be proud to be a single father, devote your life to your children and your time to loving them...make sure you leave time in your life to play and be happy...dont be sad :)

Thanks. She was cheating so we're not together anymore but I'm over that. Like most people, I wish I could make more money to make ends meet. One step forward, two steps back sometimes. Yes I'm proud that I'm taking care of my kids. The older ones got jobs and all are doing good in school.

then you should be proud :)

Yeah, man, vent on here, if needed. Let it out in some way.

With that much responsibility on your back it's no surprise you're feeling overwhelmed. You're probably doing an awesome job every day (or two, for that matter). Let's hear more.