I am 26 years old and I live in New York City with my husband. About 3 weeks ago I was laid off from my job. Although it was a job I didn't like I am still having mass feelings of inadequacy and bouts of sadness. I don't want to bother my friends or family (they live in TN and I know they worry about me as it is)so I bottle things up. The worst is that I get severely emotional in front of my husband and he doesn't know how to make me feel better about the situation. I've been trying to apply for jobs in writing and fashion (something I have always wanted to do)but the eceonomy is so rough and I have had no interviews yet. Although I feel I am normally a pretty optimistic person it's getting harder and harder each day to hold my head up high:( My sister told me about this site and I just wanted to know if anyone out there had any advice for me. Thank you
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