Shattered dreams. Desperate. Depressed.
He’s felt like a failure as a provider for the last 7 years. As his wife, I can’t help but look at him with compassion as he tries to do whatever he can to provide for us.
Back in 2007, when the economy started to collapse, so did his business. It was a staggering blow to his confidence.
To this day, he is still reaching and trying to climb out of the pit of failure as he calls it.
He’s stays up late. He researches new ways to do business. He takes whatever work he can find.
The man is full of integrity, hardworking, and brilliant. His IQ says he’s a genius. I’d probably score only half of what he did and I’d be labeled as, “Borderline deficient in intelligence.” Yes, that is a category! But really, who cares what I know, it’s WHO I know and his name is Jesus.
So, back to my husband. One would think a man who possesses those qualities and characteristics would have the ability to provide a life filled with financial freedom, or at the very least, financial peace.
Not so in our case no matter how hard he tries.
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