Thank you for your responses getting by, greenbean885, and awty - I really appreciate it.
I kept my initial post brief to avoid it from being too lengthy, but I probably should've provided a little more details about myself and background: I've been struggling with depression since I was about 15. I could say my depression derives from my inability to make friends and relate to people and etc. - social stuff. I've always had trouble "fitting in" and I always felt like an outcast--I still do. I guess that's why I'd rather work by myself. Its funny though because now, I'm kind of anti-social, as if I'm not really interested for people talking to me and vice versa.
getting by - its very nice of you to welcome me Karen. I'm an aspiring graphic designer but I don't haven't been formally educated yet so I don't think I'd be qualified for those kinds of jobs.
greenbean885 - Yes, I am still in school. I do believe having a job and working will help my depression by keeping my mind occupied and I'll be doing something productive with my time. I'm looking for a part-time job (it doesn't necessarily have to relate to my college major, I just need money - thats all). My last job was at a restaurant back in 2008, I was unemployed for about a year after that before I got the opportunity to return working at the restaurant again. And when I came back, I stayed for less than a month and left again because of my depression - it was the BIGGEST mistake of my life. Anyways, I've definitely thought about finding a call center job - I think it would be very suitable for me. Thanks for your suggestions. I always find myself really exhausted either when I'm around a lot of people or perky, happy, loud individuals lol.
awty - I used to volunteer at my local hospital in the human resources department to obtain experience and some references as well, but I left because--can you guess--of my depression. I've burned so many bridges the past couple years, its not even funny. Anyways, I'll probably start looking for night-shift positions.
Once again, thanks everyone for responding. It means a lot to me.