homelessness

Life can be really hard sometimes, so it can be fun to celebrate when we make a breakthrough. But having someone around who doesn’t support us is a terrible feeling, admitted the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor Throwaway781Felicity was surprised when their partner repeatedly belittled them about their history with homelessness when they decided […] More
People dislike another person for a myriad of reasons. Often times the dislike is pure and justified. And sometimes it is irrational and baseless. And once and awhile it’s understandable but unnecessary. Case in point… Redditor Ok_Tourist_8730 wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came to visit the “Am I The […] More
Parenting is a minefield of mistakes and mishaps. No one parent is perfect all of the time. So it is normal to wonder about certain actions taken involving discipline. Sometimes kids need a strong wake up call and punishment—othing violent or abusive  of course. But the line of sending a clear message between right and […] More
People Explain Which Items You Should Never Give To Someone Who's Homeless
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Just a few weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic struck the U.S., homelessness was declared a national emergency. COVID-19 only made matters worse with the recession, increased unemployment and restrictions to shelter access.

When we think of our unhoused community members, there's actually great stigma associated with their lack of housing. Often people think poorly of their housing status and it's reflected in their treatment.

Though there is often an ask for food, clothing and monetary donations for the homeless, we wanted to know what is not needed too.

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Being homeless is already no picnic. Living on the street comes with a lot of danger.

Add in some creepy sightings though? And it's a recipe for a horror film.

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