Debb, you sound like me in a way; but I can understand!! I have just recently come into depression AGAIN, and it sucks. I was already getting depressed when it all went down hill! I had to give away my favorite pet (a Duck) to a great place; a SAFE, organic farm, where I can visit...but I'm still crying!!.(I have no car or license) Then my mother went into hospice and my Aunt just died. Oh, I do live w/ my BF, he's some support but doesn't know what to do! So, I know how you feel; feeling "useless". I'm not working either, I'm on SSI due to several problems, physical plus I have ADHD.That's why my words here aren't too congruent! I have a psych. appt. on 7/28/14. There should be some place in your area where you can get help. Even w/ no insurance. Call some hospitals or a suicide hotline. And you need a friend..........will you be my friend?? Let's talk!!!View Thread
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