Thanks for replying, Serafena. I definately will sit down with him and make out a budget plan. Right now I live with my mom because yes, I did get laid off my job last year and had to move back home due to expenses. I really think he is being dellusioned (is that a word lol?). I am glad at least he has a job, that is a good thing, but to live on your own with apartment rent being at least 600 a month plus utilities and only making 8 dollars an hour doesn't even seem applicable. He always talks about
how he can just get food stamps. I tell him that if you have a job its hard to get food stamps, and they only give you a certain amount they don't completely pay for all your food. When I got laid off I made about
900 a month in unemployment check and they only gave me 10 dollars a month in food stamps! I try to tell him but he gets mad and says that I just don't have enough faith in him and in God. I have a lot of faith in God, but God also wants us to use wisdom in situations.
I worry so much about him. He doesn't have a car, he has a motorcycle. He doesn't pay anything on his motorcycle befcause his mom bought it for him and doesn't have vehicle insurance. He doesn't have health insurance either. He says if something happens to him health wise he can just go to the hospital and not pay the bill. His motorcycle just broke down last week and cost 200 dollars to fix, which his mom ended up paying it for him. I understand family helping each other out, but he is 30 years old and I feel he needs to start paying for some of his own things instead of always relying on his mom to pay for things all the time. He talks about how he wants to marry me and everything, but this whole financial dilema is really upsetting me. I don't want to bring him home to my parents and they think he's a deadbeat guy or something cause he doesn't want to try to get off food stamps by looking for a decent job. I am not one to complain about things but this is really really upsetting me. Thanks for listening