Both Dennis Sörensen and Sofie Linder lost their jobs in the course of a few months while expecting their first child.
Since 2017, the family has, on and off, been forced to live on welfare support. Right now Dennis Sörensen has managed to get a one-hour shift and the family can handle itself.
Over three years, both the number of people with support and the costs have increased in Helsingborg. Responsible politicians believe it is a matter of destiny to halt development.
Watch the clip above to hear Dennis Sörensen and Sofie Linder share their experiences.