I want to know if it is normal to get anxious for everything or almost every thing. I have mice in my apt., even though I'm not living there for now, I don't want to think negative, but if my mother passes away I'm going to live in that low income apt. I dont have a choice. Sometimes I feel that I don't want to live anymore. I'm taking more xanax than ever before. And also I was also used to live with my family, they've all been passing away.All I have left is my two sisters, but I don't think they would want to live with me, otherwise they would've said something about it. I'm anxious all the time thinking about the future. What can I do? I have talked to the office in the bldg. and they don't do anything about the mice. They are also running all over the halls(I mean the rats) I could stay at my mother's house but the taxes are too high for me. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Blessings, Ivonne(Bonchi)
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