No one said it was going to be easy, and it tough for you have it the greater the blessing. I lived in the middle of nowhere meet my wife and six children in a house that was partially built that means it only had a few walls, inside of a metal building. I had a beat up 1986 4 x 4 suburban 20 miles away from the nearest town. I got sick and my wife had to take a job at eight dollars an hour. No benefits times of bills from the hospitals.
We lived on spaghetti and beans, and government subsidized milk in the box
If I had that much money back then which is only a few years ago I would've been rich but we weren't dirt poor broke yet most of my car was held together with wire from hangers, and it had so many holes from salt that the snow would come through the car, and the heater didn't work. And in the middle of Kansas in the winter we froze and lived on a wood burning stove for heat!
I had to cut my own wood, and split it by hand! I know what it is to have it tough and so to my children. Now everything's different that notion to the family that prays together stays together is a bunch of bunk. Because when I got sick and couldn't work the good priest from the fraternity of St. Peter told my wife it was okay to leave me and she did!
To this day you ask my children where they want to live it back in that old shack in the middle of nowhere Kansas they love those memories and we were dirt poor.
Yeah so you might have to be living kind of lean but it's okay it builds character, which are grateful for every little thing you get, so I suggest get a grip live in the now grateful that everybody's healthy if they are, but I'm sorry it rips me to hear people complain when I hear those types of numbers not trying to be a hard, but I've been there so you're not alone keep on trudging buddy and most importantly don't complain!