Ancient One
Ancient One answered Seather Roqu's question

Otis is right on point. You should also try and fine copies of all related medical documentation you may have.

Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn answered Seather Roqu's question

Like Tiger said, we don't know what country you live in. If it was the U.S. , you could see your Doctor to confirm your ailments and then file for Social Security Disability. Although they are so backed up it might take years to get. As long as a Doctor confirms these conditions, you'll be … Read more

Rath Keale
Rath Keale answered KAYLA MASHUPS's question

Kayla, your mom sounds depressed to me.  Can you get her to see her doctor, or maybe go with her?  Her employment confidence is likely quite low.  There might be government retraining programs that pay something while she upgrades her education.

In the meantime, be kind to her, keep your own ambition sharp, and get your … Read more

Walt O'Reagun
Walt O'Reagun answered KAYLA MASHUPS's question

As the others said, as long as she is financially capable of taking care of her children, she doesn't need a job.

Sounds like you may want her to get a job, just to get out of the house and "do something".  And that is a legitimate concern.  Even in the best relationships (including … Read more

Soul Fly
Soul Fly answered KAYLA MASHUPS's question

That is a very valid concern. However if she is able to provide for you, your siblings and herself she may not have the need for a job. She may already have enough money to provide by other means, like an inheritance, insurance collections, lottery winnings,  beneficiary collections, high interest payouts or even stock earnings, … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

I don't know what state you're in, but when I received unemployment, it went directly into my checking account. If you need verification of receiving unemployment, you should have received paperwork from your state. In addition, you should have bank statements that show what was deposited in your account. Other than that, if you don't … Read more

AnnNettie Paradise
AnnNettie Paradise answered Dur Duric's question

“Money is for a protection,” says the Bible. (Ecclesiastes 7:12) Because it pays for food, clothing, and shelter, money serves as a protection against the hardships associated with poverty. Indeed, in a material way, money can buy practically anything. However, unless you are careful in budgeting and spending it, money can quickly ‘make wings for … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered Dur Duric's question

Hippy summed it up best. It's an exchange medium.

Of course, it means different things to different people. Politicians really have absolutely no concept of it's real meaning. It was Donald Trump's predecessor, George W. Bush, who said, "We've tripled the amount of money. I believe it's increased from $50 million to $185 million."