At least two things we have in common is I like you suffer from depression from so far back in my life it's hard to really be sure-I don't know if it really maters from when; more importantly is to know from what if you know what I mean. The other in common item is I am knew here. What I have done with my life is disappointing no more precisely: a joke, in how little I have accomplished for the good of myself not to mention for the good of my family. I do not earn much money and truly many immigrants surely are doing better with their lives. Talking with my wife is limited, she is angry with me mostly all the time and I do not blame her but I have convinced myself that I am powerless to change course. I keep working at jobs that are either scams/low wages/very part time, etc. It is not unusual for me to sit in my car with seat tilted back and just sleep with radio on in a depressed state of giving in to it. I have two teenage daughters I is at school away, the other experiences the tension/anger I have enflamed in my wife regularly. As to paying the rent, we barely make it with me asking friends for charity assistance like a beggar--this month it is really looking bleak to make the rent.I can go on however I will await your reply.View Thread
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