I am a struggling single mother who needs help. My 14-year-old daughter and I live alone and try to make it check by check. Recently things have gotten worst. I’m a diabetic and about 3 months ago, I’ve gotten my leg cut off a little below the knee. I have no car, job, and on top of that a shy, lazy teenager. I try to get her out of her comfort zone to help out a little, but we’re getting nowhere. Medical bills are stacking up and I’m so overwhelmed. She actually has been diagnosed with diabetes herself last year in September. Family down here won’t help and it’s hard to survive out here. My daughter recently started acting out because of all of this. Someday’s when there might not be any food in the kitchen, she’ll go out all night and won’t tell me where she’s been. I’ve caught her talking to an older guy and I’m having suspicions that she’s not up to any good. I want to be able to provide for her so she doesn’t feel like she has to do things like that. It just feels like I can never get a break. I do try to do things to earn a little extra money, but now it just feels like I’m in way too deep. Bills are piling up like crazy. I have to take care of my daughter and her needs. I have needs I need to take care of. Any little help would be GREATLY appreciated. I will continue to go through this one step at a time, hopefully, things will get better. I know it’s my fault my life is like this, but I’m actually trying to turn it around. I signed up for a local community college. I still have to find a way to make it up there everyday though. I believe everything will fall in place, I just need a little help to get me there. At this point, I’m just afraid life is going to throw another obstacle at me. My lifestyle has ruined everything. I hate the fact that my daughter feels like she won’t even be able to go to college because of us being poor. My choices has affected everyone around me and I’m so sorry about that; However, I have been making an attempt to turn it around. This donation isn’t for luxuries, it’s just so that we can get by while we’re still going through the storm.