Weary, glad you had family visiting. Something about
children that send joy into our souls.
I had a thought reading the posts today. Have you thought about
researching a job you can do at home?
There are so many people that now. If I remember right, you live in a beautiful area, and need to drive a good distance to reach an area for commerce and jobs.
Here is a link to "linked in" I understand, really I get it, about
being on social media, but actually it is not all that dreadful. Unless a person is on Instagram, twitter, or one of the new ones that I don't even remember the names, people do not bother you. Even facebook is kinda dying off.
If I could work at any level, I would get on linked in, however, I never know what cognitive level I will have from day to day do to neuro damage. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search/?trk=bingjobs&keywords=online%20careers%20programs&location=¤tjobid=1469725502&redirect=false
Remember, in order to fight our monsters, if what we are currently doing is not working. A significant change must happen.
So not matter if you have done a job before or not, you have the skills right? Change is scary, but it can be freeing at the same time! Think about
the control and independence you could have in your life if you could work from home.
the skills you previous job gave you, people skills, task processing, attention to detail, good communication, you can type, computer skills obviously, ability to learn to things.
I hope this helps you.
Peace and strength
Moderator - Depression
"...when the gift of sight is cause enough for jubilation."
Billy Collins from the poem. HIGH
DX: reverse Trigeminal Neuralgia;Cluster headaches; Atypical face pain;Hemicrania Continua; Complex Migraines: raynauds;Complex PTSD; recurring MDD,disassociative disorder with psychotic features. Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease [LPR]