Where do young-adults go to for help?
Long-story short: dad has multiple-sclerosis
and anger-problems. No one wants to work
with him. Mom is too worn out between
being harassed by dad and working non-stop.
Then, I have to deal with getting a
job in this crippled-economy too?
I'm completely over-whelmed. Help!
- FireballLv 71 month ago
LARGE METHODIST CHURCHES HAVE GROUPS FOR ALL AGES AND U CAN ALSO SPEAK WITH ONE OF THE PASTORS...
- ByrdLv 71 month ago
Go to work at any available job, move out and let the adult parents solve their own problems
- ioerrLv 71 month ago
these days the only way you can get any kind of real help or counseling is by paying out the a ss for it, which a lot of young adults simply can't afford
so, i generally say, go find yourself a priest or a preacher or somebody like that, who basically does the same thing for free. sick aren't they.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
medicaid pays people to work with family member, you might be able to get paid to work with your dad, i would talk to medicaid about it