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May I have funds to pay for utilities and domestics while going back to school?

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asked 2 weeks ago by Daniel  
My recent career pursuit bombed out which put me in a situation to go back to school. Having a family I need to provide for them as well. Will someone please help?
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Profile Photo answered 1 week ago by Sifontes (290 points)   1
No.  Find a way to survive without luxuries - or consider getting a job that does not require additional education.  That will be more rewarding in the long run (and definitely more probable) than someone here giving you money.
Profile Photo commented 1 week ago by B. ANGEL6000+ (6,570 points)   5 16
Good answer cheers, Papasmurf, A.K.A. Rick B. Sorry not enough characters.  I must put 144 of them for this to get posted. So here we go just adding words so my point will come across.
commented 6 days ago by dle  
Just for the response dialogue itself and not for the denial of funds, your organization might consider renaming itself "Demons Online"; That was a rude and insensitive comment. We already live on meager fare with scarcely enough to buy fuel and milk. So thank you for your lack of concern. dle
commented 6 days ago by papasmuff   5 16
Sorry you took offence to the answers you received.  These people on here. Are not professionals but rather volunteers trying to help others the best way they can. If you bothered to look at the three rules one must comply with to offer aybdvise on this site, you would have seen that their answers were within the guidelines.  You did ask for help and it was given in the best way they saw fit to help.  He felt tough love was the answer you needed and that was his way of helping you in his opinion.  I on the other hand am a retired counselor and tough love does have a way to motivate survivors to continue on.  Anger has a way of fueling people enough to pick themselves up, brush themselves off and take care of the task at hand. That task being taking care of your own family with your own God given abilities.  By taking pride in the hard work you did all on your own, you will feel much better about yourself.  The world has enough victims in it.  I don't think you see yourself as a victim but rather as a person who was dealt a bad situation.  That is why sometimes, just sometimes, a survivors needs a little push to help them to pursue the right track and not fall into the path of being a victim.  I hope I am getting my point across here.  I am sure it was meant with your best interest in mind.  PS. If you are angry with the response you revived from a volunteer you may have issues with them but your comment about changing the name was not called for at all.  It take a big man to apologize when they have made a mistake and I feel  you would feel a lot better if you were a big man in this instance. Take care and God bless. Your friend, papasmurf. A.K.A. Rick B.

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