After separating/divorcing my X-husband, I had a "psychotic break" and was hospitalized and had 4 Electro-Shock Therapy treatments. My Sister brought me to her house to live (my now 80-year old Mom was already there). My Sister's family (now her son in College and her daughter going to College in one year) built a basement apartment for my Mom and me. She and her husband do alot of things, but we aren't included. All I can think about is if my Mom dies and the kids are away from home, what will I do? Now all I do is virtually nothing since I am on SSD and can't get around since I don't drive. I will be alone and watching them do things. I can't afford to move out of here, and if they sell the house for a smaller one, I don't know if I will be welcome anyway. No one wants to date someone with my history...each time someone finds out about my background, they run. I feel doomed to be alone and bored, and it terrifies me to be alone and to think I will grow old alone. I
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