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Allison,

Teenagers can be a real pain sometimes, eh? I have one already with another fast approaching that stage. Sigh...

Have you shared your financial dilemma with your son? At 14 years of age, he should be old enough to understand at least partially the financial pressures you are experiencing. Have him help you with the bills, maybe write up a monthly budget together so he can see just where all that "big money" that Mom makes goes!

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