Sigh...

Jacksonville, Florida
April 3, 2017 6:44pm CST
If I did not have bad luck, I would have no luck at all. Was robbed. Snatched purse. All my rent money gone. No gas money. No food money. No light money. No internet money. Hurt shoulder. In pain. I can't talk about it much. Too much emotional and physical pain. Cried all weekend. Please...not a lot of questions. No one helps unless you are homeless, and/or evicted. If that happens, it will hard to get into another place. Was looking for affordable housing. This has put a damper on things. Sigh...
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@paigea (21235)
• Canada
4 Apr
So sorry you are dealing with all of this!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Thanks.
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@Kandae11 (29168)
4 Apr
That is awful . I simply cannot stand thieves.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Me neither.
@dragon54u (31352)
• United States
4 Apr
I have been in similar situations and it's not easy. It seems that there is no help available for those of us who live paycheck to paycheck and when we lose even a little money it ruins our finances for months, even making us lose our place to live. The only help available is for those who are jobless, illegal residents, homeless, mentally ill, etc. Nothing for normal people just trying to make ends meet. I hope you feel better soon--physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
4 Apr
I know...
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@Jessicalynnt (47938)
• Centralia, Missouri
4 Apr
I'm sorry to hear that, I have always been scared of something like that happening
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Yeah. You never think you will be the victim.
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• Centralia, Missouri
13 Apr
@teresatrotter I think no one really does
@sharon6345 (105119)
• United States
5 Apr
I was just wondering about you and look at what's going on in your life I hope you got some kind of recovery since the situation happened to you
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Some recovery. Overwhelming.
@celticeagle (114435)
• Boise, Idaho
4 Apr
How upsetting. I had this happen to me once when I was on the road. Good luck to you.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Thanks.
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@LadyDuck (126360)
• Switzerland
4 Apr
I am really sorry, you had finally a nice home where to stay. It must be very hard.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
The home was not that nice. But it was a roof over my head.
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@Shavkat (49627)
• Philippines
4 Apr
I am sorry to hear that. I hope things will be fine soon.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Thanks.
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@JudyEv (103756)
• Bunbury, Australia
4 Apr
I'm sorry to hear this. That's very sad.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Yeah. Not a nice world.
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@ilocosboy (34140)
• Philippines
4 Apr
Thanks goodness you are not badly hurt. Let's just say it's just a money and your life is the most precious
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• Jacksonville, Florida
4 Apr
It will not be if I am living on the streets again.
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
4 Apr
Call 211, or whaever your local United Way is. They will help.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
4 Apr
Only will help once I am evicted.
@PatZAnthony (11905)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
4 Apr
This is such a terrible thing. People can be so cruel.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
9 Apr
Yes they can.
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@Morleyhunt (17289)
• Canada
5 Apr
In our area there are advocacy groups you can go to. I had a tenant who was three months behind on their rent. I called the local service agency and then I talked to my tenant. I told her...she needed to call them...fill out the paperwork. (I was instructed to give her an written eviction warning to start the process.). She was panic stricken when I intitally spoke to her....later...she gave me a hug....the advocate paid her arrears and after that she was able to manage on her own.