Today is tough I can't help but constantly worry I will never work again much less be a nurse again. I really think I was a great nurse and it's unfortunate that I can't even get the chance to let people know me because they will see my addiction and limited license and forget it. What the hell am I going to do? Also, I have leeches all around me that just suck and suck the life out of me. Neighbors, my sons friends mother, my brother and so on. I pray things happen for a reason and I will be led to the right thing. I wish I knew somebody with connections but I don't. I was taking care of my Great Aunt for 7 months and making good money so I thought that would carry me through for a while but she passed away sadly suddenly so as I grieve her I also am freaked I have no income. What the hell!
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