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I am a 45 year old divorced mum of one who''s had a long term mental illness. The bad news is that I haven''t worked full-time for over 20 years and am chemically dependent on meds - I have tried to withdraw many times but get a rebound effect when I try. I also had an emotionally neglectful & abusive upbringing which caused the mental illness. The good news is that I have been volunteering for over three years - have some admin, reception & cashiering experience and am intelligent, trustworthy, presentable and with good listening skills and able to learn.
I am looking for someone to help mentor me to turn things around and get out of the poverty and life trap which I find myself in.
A man had a dream in which he was invited to a wedding. First he saw a magnificent hall in which people were seated at tables laden with the finest, mouth-watering delicacies. Observing the people, he was horrified to see that they were eyeing the ..."
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