Posted by Margaret (18.104.22.168) on July 14, 2003 at 19:28:26:
In Reply to: Re: it's not boring, posted by Raz/The4Blob (22.214.171.124) on July 14, 2003 at 08:29:05:
****I would like to get your husband's insurance phone # to see if I could qualify for a program they have that might fit me, if you don't mind my emailing you.
> > ***I'm sorry I didn't respond back earlier, I would have, but when I get depressed, I have barely enough energy to go back home and lay down, and no energy to be able to communicate or reach out to other people.
> >>>>I'm glad that you checked in!
> >>>>>I've accepted the fact that I will never, ever flourish and thrive in a corporate setting. This was my 5th and final try. From top student at the top Phila-area private Catholic academy, with a good amount of talent in literary, visual, and musical arts -- to where I am now. It's been quite a strange trip. I have failed to get anywhere in 5 corporations (even though I've gotten superior performance reviews at the jobs which conducted those). My success must be waiting for me somewhere else.
> >>>>>>I feel for you with the medical stuff -- I'm at the point where I am considering dropping insurance because it's a ripoff that I can no longer afford. I've got my kid's school tuition to think about. They are NOT going to the crappy Phila public school system. They are not going to be short-changed just because I am being exploited by "the system."
> >>>>>Most of all, I am concerned about you being so depressed that you don't have energy left. Like I wrote in an earlier post, my common-law husband is on PA low-cost adult basic insurance. (Only $30 a month, but does not include eye and dental -- though he found a low-cost plan for those too but we haven't enrolled yet.) This plan might not be right for you though -- it's a clinic-style treatment setting. My husband can't even stand it but carries the insurance just-in-case. Also you might make too much money to qualify.
> >>>>>I have to work now but I'll write more later . . . .Raz
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