Oh gosh Sherral ! What a mess ! I am crossing everything I can for you ! It WILL work out in the end...it always does. The trouble is that it never feels that easy when you are in the thick of it all, does it !?!
In the UK we have a benefit called Disabled Living Allowance. It is a benefit you can claim from the state, for things like depression and other health problems. Loads of people I know have it for depression and stress, because these are conditions you cannot
prove properly, one way or the other. Horrible isn't it, but at least if you have that sort of benefit, where ever you are in the world, it would be some kind of finance coming in.
I wish you every bit of luck I can pool together for you. Living without finances isn't easy.
At the very worst, don't stay out of the job market too long. Get voluntary work for a few days a week, while you keep searching. Not only will this get you out of the house and mixing with people, but you're bound to make new friends. My biggest problem when I went back to work ( apart from having a few irrelevent skills ) was that I had been out of the job market too long.
You could try call centre work ( not selling stuff, but customer services ). Call centres in the UK almost always need staff...don;t know if it's any different where you are. Also try looking at Temping agency websites. That way you can get immediately updated with any new vacancies.
I wish you the very best of luck. Let us know how it goes on Thursday...oh and when and if they ask you " What are your strengths and weaknesses " for the weakness part, answer " well I've never
had a weakness that I wasn't able to make a strength." If they ask for an example, think of something silly, that you now do very well!
ie...using a stronger bleach, beacause it works faster, thus cutting down the housecleaning time, and improving your efficiency......
I don't really know, but make it relevent to the interview you are up for !
GOOD LUCK !!!
Peace, Love, and Happiness, Always
Don't give up...your miracle is on its way !!!