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Old August 13th, 2018, 07:13 PM
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When do you stop supporting "the dream."

My DB is middle-aged. He has just quit another job. He has bad credit, no property, and can't stay at one job long enough to be eligible for a pension.

He's got an opportunity to chase his "dream." Again. No real future in it unless he hits the big time. I don't know if this is his last effort, or if he'll be dreaming forever.

When do you stop supporting a dream and say it's time to just work?
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