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HQ: Can you afford to feed an extra mouth?

HQ: Carla has recently noticed that her son’s new 15 year old friend Ahmad is always conveniently at her house during lunch and dinner. To be polite, she asks if he wants to eat with them (which he always accepts) but her current 

💵doesn’t make it easy to habitually feed an extra mouth. Her son says Ahmad has food at home, but his single mom works a lot and he doesn’t like to eat alone. What should Carla do?


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