What job can my mum get to make sure we stay in our home?

My mum just sits there all day making fuzzy animals and hideous jean bags. She always talks about boot fairs but never ever does one, kind of like thE way she talks about jobs. All the time but never even tries to get one! She needs go get off her butt and do some work. Not sit there grunting and moaning about aches and pains and over dramatically shuddering because of slightly loud noises. She needs to stop acting like a poor me. I love her but honestly she must be one of the biggest attention seekers I've ever met. She is always or almost always so grumpy!!!!!! Please help. What part time job could she get??? Anything to get in a income. If my sisters best friend can get one, then she can. I think she sees this as retirement, but with my dad being a self employed window cleaner sooner or later we are just all gonna be kicked out of the house. So please help!!
Louis1dlovee
Asked Jun 12, 2013
Hope you get this... what are her qualifications?
This is something your mother (and father) have to work out. I can't think of anything you can do in this situation.

Maybe (hopefully) Rob will chime in with better insight...
skyDancer
Answered Jun 12, 2013
Aha yeah rob answers almost everything!!! But thanks :)
This sounds more like your interest is about getting her out of the house and out of your hair than a financial problem. If I am wrong and it is a financial problem, as skyDancer says, that's between your parents. Otherwise, get busy in activities and interests that will limit the time you have to deal with her. Keep in mind that the better you do in school, the sooner you will be able to get out on your own and control your own life.
Rob
Answered Jun 12, 2013
Agreed.
Ok thank you
Any job she is qualified for and can find. She could look on craigslist.com and monster.com for jobs.
MohitMago
Answered Jun 25, 2013

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