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sometimes i really hate my life.
By skyteamst90
6/28/2011 1:49:51 PM
i'm venting here.
i have been outta work for a year, but steady work for over 3 years. i am a mechanic by trade and work on diesel trucks + trailers. Which i like the most. However I have cronic back pain. first it was my lower back, which has been manageable...now my upper back, like by the shoulder blades...when i stress it or use it, it feels like my back is splitting apart...it puts me in tears. i cant even help out and give my kids a bath, as leaning over the tub, does the same trick...i have no idea where this pain comes from...

so because i am outta work, my child support has gone unpaid, and so now they suspened my license....so my cars outta insurance, and i have no license...so no job, no license, and no money...im broke...its crazy..i have no idea what to do to fix this... i was going to get my CDL license which i need to be a diesel tech, and guess what that is not going to happen as i have a suspended license. this is a pickle, thats for sure...i hope i can figure out something quick and soon.

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Skyteam    
"You are in my prayers,

I came across a great talk on BYU TV Talks. Please listen to it, great talk about adversity. Really touched me and gave me so much hope in myself and my life.

Jon Hunstman Sr. "God did not put us here to fail"

http://www.byub.org/talks/Talk.aspx?id=3898"
posted at 14:26:46 on June 28, 2011 by ruggaexpat
I know    
"Sometime i hate my life a lot but now i know its foolish thing to feel i learned to deal i have to much problems to write but my main ones are: I'm an addict, my mom and dad are very sick, we have money problems, alot more but i always thank god that he's helping me with my addiction my parents are still living and i have a roof over my head.I'll pray for you if everything fails just remind your self your lucky to be living and that your in the true church."
posted at 19:54:59 on June 28, 2011 by Teddy


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