Thank you so much, it really makes me feel like I'm not alone. I do feel like a failure when I cry all the time. I feel unstable and out of control even though nothing really in my life is falling apart at the moment-- in comparison to how things use to be anyway.
I didn't call her a b*&$^ even though she was one. I didn't yell, I didn't threaten. I just cried and told her that I wish I was privileged enough to go to school every day-- and being able to make it top on my list concerning my daily schedule. I just can't.
People get upset when others point out their privilege. We all don't start out on the same foot. My cards weren't dealt that way, but I make the most of it. In the grand scheme of things, I am happy because my husband loves me dearly perfectly the way I am (and always have been). Not many women can say that about their husbands. I like to tell my hubby, "we're not rich, but I'm the luckiest girl in the world to have you... we can work on the rich aspect with time." Haha ;).
She was full of crap saying she was working 3 jobs while finishing 3 majors in 4 years. Universities don't even allow you to take that many credits at one time.
I know how you feel about the whole healthcare thing. At the pharmacy it absolutely breaks my heart when I can't do something for someone in the time they want, even though they really need it. :( I'm so sorry about that. It is really frustrating ugh.
Anyway, thank you so much. That quote is really true, I'll try to keep it in mind next time. :)