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family doesnt appreciate each other.
July 25, 2011
12:16 pm
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Hi, my name is Jason. i am a 19 year old boy trying to help my girlfriend's family through there time of crisis. i have some experience with handeling suicidal people but never handeling families and i am searching for help.


my girlfriend and her mom are in quite a delima right now, mom feels like she's underappreciated and is starting to take away everything from her. things that she needs like health insurance, college money, food money ect. the daughter has a doctor's appointment in a week to get her health form filled out so she can attend college and i'm worried these two will ruin each other's lives. mom will take away everything from daughter and daughter can't go to college.


the mother and father are going through a divorce. the mother is trying to fix the house up to sell and has asked me and my girlfriend to help her. thats fine. but every day we go in we see nothing done unless we do it ourselves. there is no improvement unless were on site. this bugs my girlfriend because she beleives her mom isnt putting the time in the house that my girlfriend is.

the mother believes she does more than enough work to cover the time that were not here and has been irresponsible about work and keeping the insurance.

months have gone by with the mother promising insurance the next month, but it not coming. this is a major issue.

this relationship is at a cliff and i really need some advice to get things into the safe zone again, the mother is planning to write her daughter off her own insurance plan. she wont be able to get her doctors form filled and go to college if that happens. this will ruin lives.


please help

July 26, 2011
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It seems like a very tough situation. Well, it's a good thing that you have that kind of concern to  the family of your girlfriend at your age. I might suggest that you ask assistance to your elders or anyone older than you as they might have a good advice and they also have more experience when it comes to family matters. Family Counseling is of great help especially upon settling issues between your GF and her mother or any legal counsel that can help your GF avail her rights in the family's wealth.


Keep posting. Wishing you well.Smile

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