Diagnosed with CD in 1994;
Have being treated with Chinese herbal medicines for over 10 years.
Everyone can have a low point in his/her life. I do not know what got you into this in the first place. But to have some savings for a rainy day like this is always a good idea.
about 17 years ago when I was in the business school working toward my MBA degree, I was virtually broke. I had just about a month before I became homeless, as I had exhausted all of my savings. So I had a conversation with the Dean and told him that I was about to quit school and find a job somewhere. He gave me a personal check of $800 and some part-time job leads. That $800 as well as my subsequent feverish job search helped me move though the tough time. I finished my school and landed a good job. Then I caught Crohn's. But that is another story.
Everyone can have a low point. You need to ask for help, ask for some loans. People will come forward, when they know you are sincere. After you get out of this, you will be a stronger person.
Buddha, I too am worried about you!!!! Please don't give up....there are people that care. Please also seek counseling. this darn disease is hard enough and you have to worry about being homeless! Nanners is right about the ER, you should go, then the hospital might be able to find you housing somehow....
If I know where you are currently living I would do some searches for you....or contact them!
Diagnosed w/ Crohn’s Disease March 2007 Started Humira June 2008 (have been on other cd meds)
Diagnosed w/ Fibromyalgia May 2007 also on Soma
Diagnosed w/ General Anxiety Disorder in 2005- Effexor and now new med Clonazepam starting 7/18/08
Do your best, then to hell with it.