My Name is Sheri. I am a mother of an 19 year old son and am happily married of 20 years. I live in the Albuquerque area. I am looking for support and for friends that understand whats going on. I have been depressed most of my life approx. 35 years now. I also have had some legal trouble Nothing serious but enough to make me panic episodes and scared along with severe depression. I had a mound of friends until 3 years ago when I was in a horriffic car accident. Then I got addicted to some meds and went off the deep end. I have always worked in Healthcare hospice settings. I can no longer work due to many problems from my car accident. I am looking for support and maybe in time friends I can meet with for something fun like a soda, coffee tea or whatever. I had a suicide attempt in 2009. I just can't stand being confined at home and doing nothing and having no one to talk to that understands.View Thread
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