ok still dont understand what i see is good but the majority of these organazati

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    deborahchairesposted 7 years ago

    ok still dont understand what i see is good but the majority of these organazations only help...

    who they want to i work hard and live paycheck to paycheck r work treats us like crap sometimes but i dont ask for help and when i do its always u make to much so can i get some help im have a habitat for humanity home thi past year i went through some depression and now owe 15,000 i will never catch up and now im losing my home and its hard at least give me some good advise i dont want to lose my home

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    websclubsposted 7 years ago

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