your job situation. Sounds like you are covering the bases. The type of job you are looking for may be more plentiful when school starts back up, but then you will likely be in school. . . . ewww . . . sorry. Do you have any factory jobs in your area? Might be worth a little drive.
Our community college offers tutors (at no cost) who are paid for X number of hours whether the students use them or not. One of my adult sons has a learning disability as well and he found that meeting with the tuter EARLY in the course was the best guarantee of good grades in his difficult subjects.
Don't know quite what to say about
your family. If we play devil's advocate, it might be hard for them to know just what to say because when we are depressed, there is nothing they can say that will help sometimes. They are kindof in a catch 22.
Are you receiving help for your depression. Are you still insured under your parents health care? Best thing to do would be to make an appointment with your doctor and tell him/her how you've been feeling. You may benefit from an anti-depressant or counseling or both.
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