Very frustrated

Thursday, March 28, 2013

I am so frustrated right now...I applied to get on the waiting list for section 8 housing and got turned down...they only had 2000 spaces available for their waiting list and they did a drawing from a pot of 24,000 people...and mine didnt come up...I am putting in a couple more applications for other housing options that my therapist suggested...I am just frustrated because I really need to get my own place and I was rejected from one option...I hope that I dont get rejected on the others....I just really need to get out of my parents place...my dad is big jerk...he keeps blaming me for things I have nothing to do with....last night I was so upset by something he said to me, I had nightmares about it...I had the hardest time getting up this morning...anyway..I am still not doing good...I hope all of you are doing good
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    I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    1850 days ago
    emoticon emoticon Living situations certainly do influence depression. Prayers coming.
    1851 days ago
  • ANYVAR54
    So sorry that you did not get accepted. Something will come up. You will find a home. May the Lord give you grace to deal with the bad comments from your father.
    1852 days ago
    I am sorry about your Section 8 problem. I had to wait 4 years to get on the list and then another 2 before I got it. It is very hard. I wish you luck with the other sources of housing. Maybe next time he says something ornery, you can smile and walk away. I know it sounds really simple but I have tried it and it confuses people. I am sending you lost of love and luck. Love, Chelsea emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1852 days ago
  • JUNEAU2010
    I wish we had an emoticon for peace. I wish that for you!
    1852 days ago
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