Our expert says:
Good to hear how well things are going right now. I suppose that after the still recent experience of so much going wrong so suddenly, and perhaps unexpectedly, you are at some level feeling precarious, as though it might all go sour again. Odd how read our mind is to form such gloomy expectations from the bad part of your recent experiences, rather than forming happy expectations based on the good part that followed.
YOu could indeed be experiencing some early signs of Depression, and at least may be suffering the consequences of a set of negative habits of thought based understandably on the period when so much wen so wrong so quickly. This situation would be ideal for CBT counselling, if you could find some --- check with FAMSA, as they have some good counsellor who will charge in relation to your available income ; and also check out the Anxioety/Depression Support Group, which could also be helpful ( and, if you can attend a group nearby, would also immediately start to help that sense of isolation ).
ANd Phil usefully reminds us that accepting needed help is a sign of strength, not weakness ( there's none so weak as he who refuses help they need ) --- just as nobody thinks they're weak if they wear a plaster cast on a broken limb until the bone heals, so we should accept help that's needed
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