You sound depressed, but who wouldn't given the conditions that you have undergone. A am wondering why you do not consider returning to a brief sstint on meds which will stabilize and imorove the way that you feel. Your feers are those trhat most in your position would have, It is not over at 59. You bring a great deal of experience to the work force so do not give up. I wonder why you don't return to therapy to deal with one issue that of being unemplyed. in that way you will feel better, get guidance and work on the specific problem. Please click green "ACCEPT" button on this page if you are satisfied with my answer so that I get credit for my work. Your feedback and bonuses are always welcomed. As always you can email for further info.
Effexor XR is probably the latest med with fewest side effects (it is now made in a generic form by Several companies. First It has to be built up that is whay most psychiatrists have a starter pack which contains increasing doses. Medication should be overseen by a psychiatrist. and perhaps once at a maintenance dose is established, you can see him/her. once every three months.. In addition. there are low cost mental health clinics based upon ability to pay. You can find them by calling 1800 lifenet.
Some of the drug companies have support plans you will have to check.
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ButXXXXX XXXXXne is that you have to do something and unfortunatel there "are no free rides but there are subsidized ones. Given your condition as you desescribe it. The plan that I have described sounds like the best option to get you back on your feet. Please press the green button if you have found this information helpful so I know and can be compensated. And feedback and bouses are always appreciated.
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