Hi everyone, I hope that you all are doing great. I am flat out scared of the debt burden, I am a father of two and possibly three in the near future. My wife is a stay at home mommy to our 3 and 1 year old boys. I will have a mortgage of about 4500 dollars a month. Interest rates are crazy! If I get accepted, I will have to support my family during those three years. I was told I can't work during school, not even part time. How do these schools expect people like myself to not work and support a family and go into large amounts of debt. I will not have any other debts during this time. But I will also not have much money saved for school. I am 26 years old and would be 37 if I am able to get in on the first try. Would you guys consider it worth it for someone in my own situations? Can I pay of. The debt or have it forgiven later on down the road and still make a bunch of money without sacrificing more time with my kids and wife to pay off the debt? Have any of you in my situation been able to pay for school and work to pay the mortgage? I live in California, so My income would be decently high if I were to work one day a week to cover the mortgage. I know CRNA is worth it for the single person. I became a nurse specifically to become a CRNA. Anyway, thank you all for taking the time out of your days to read and respond.