| | Re: Illiterate husband can't find a job!
Thank you everyone so much for you replies and suggestions, I am definately going to try all of them! And you're right, I know I shouldn't try to take all the burden, it's just my oldest child syndrome kicking in. I'm so used to always being the one to step up and take control for fear that if I don't, everything will fall apart.
Time to talk to the Mister. I know he feels like he always hits dead end roads so he never gets his hopes up. He's had more tutors than you can imagine. In high school, they didn't know what else to do with him so they put him in the special education classes where they taught the same things every year. His parents refused to put him on any kind of medication for his ADD so I sometimes wonder if that would have made the difference. I've noticed he can slowly read simple sentences but quickly almost instantly forgets everything. Maybe when we begin to get back on our feet we can see a doctor for meds. I just can't imagine going through life not being able to read better than kindergartener. He's great at everything else, you would never know he had a reading disability just by talking to him. He's like Ben Affleck's character in Pearl Harbor except that he can't write and read love letters.
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