Pamela "Pill" Jones was raised in poverty by her older sister and always craved "the good life." Today she's a successful hairstylist, but she and her husband Corey's income doesn't cover all the material goods she buys, and they soon find themselves struggling to climb out of deep debt. As Corey bears the brunt of their money problems, Pill just keeps spending. Now Corey's feeling strained and he can't deal. He's also trying to figure out who he is, but all he sees in front of them are issues, with no end in sight. He asks Pill to join him for Marriage Maintenance classes and hopes with a little faith they can get their marriage back on track. But will Pill get on board—even if it means "going without" again?
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