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HIGH ANXIETY

Depression & Anxiety | Last Active: Feb 16, 2019 | Replies (6)

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I thought I posted this before, but I guess I didn't. Right now I am just a mess. Financially, I'm pinching as tightly as I can, and I still don't make it. So, today I filled out the Indeed form hoping to find something – part-time ….. like Chick-fil- A, McDonalds, etc. I can only do part-time because I can't stand that long.
I worry at night, staying awake unless I take Melatonin, think about it every day, wondering how I'm going to pay my bills. It's got my anxiety and depression going real good! I didn't ask for alimony when I got the divorce because then I had plenty, but some circumstances over which I had no control entered, and poof ….. a lost of it was gone. I read on a Legal site that if neither party has gotten married, and there is a large discrepancy between the two parties, the alimony part of the divorce agreement can be reopened. I'm going to talk to my son about this because the last thing I want to do is fracture my relationship with my kids. Some days, it's just not worth it.
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Hi, @amberpep – just wanted to let you know I moved your recent message here to this discussion you started previously, "High Anxiety," so that you could follow up in conversation with those you were talking with before about how things were going and your anxiety.

If you ever want to see where you may have posted before, click on your profile image at the upper right of any page (for yours, the green plaid image), and go to "My Profile" in the menu that appears below it. If you scroll down on this page, you will see a listing of every post you've ever made on Connect. Hopefully this will be useful in locating where you may have posted previously.

When are you looking to talk to your son about the divorce agreement? Are there any social services organizations for seniors in your area that might be able to provide consult, @amberpep?