My family doesn't understand that I am depressed. I am very close to divorsing my husband, I am preparing for a job change and change of cities, I have mental issues such as anxiety attacks and constant depression. I also must admit there are times I drink too much. I always feeling like "running" or "escaping". This weekend my family was together and I did just that; I felt they were attacking me and my life so I left and didn't tell them where I was going. I drove an hour away and left my husband with my family to get a ride home. Instead of support; they are all mad and one sister told me that I can't be back in "her family's " life until I get myself straightened out. My mom told me I am too old for this and I need to quit embarassing people. I feel I'm wrong but they are too; now how do I make a mess I made better????
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