You have to help yourself if you want help. Such as taking your heart and diabetes meds. Staying on an anti-depressant (careful, some make you suicidal) and getting help as well as maintaining a positive out look. If you don't take care of yourself, you're part of the problem. I cried about my life for years and did nothing to improve it. Then I finally did. I still struggle, but eh. Not as bad. There's always someone worse. I was feeling bad for myself one day, driving in my neighborhood, while driving and having a pity party I look over and there is this kid...can't be more than 15. Maybe younger. And he's sitting in his garage with his pop but here's the thing. He's all messed up. He's belted into a chair, a disability chair, arms all messed up, head turned, looked like his neck wouldn't let him straighten it. Kid had a huge smile on his face. And I thought, what the frack do I have to feel bad about? Yes, we are all different people and we handle things a certain way, but if we are mentally and physically able to change them there's no reason or need to dwell on them. Dwelling wastes time. That kid can't take a pill and feel better. You can. What you choose to make of your life and your out look of it is up to you. No one else. Talking is good. Just try to ground yourself with the realization you could be strapped to a chair. Life can be hard sometimes. Not saying it can't be. Find the right focuses and don't sit and only think of negatives. It takes work.