Our expert says:
That really is a very sad story. Sometimes in life we do our very best to help others, but sadly we choose and trust the wrong person. Surely your son-in-law recognizes how much he owes you, and is prepared to work harder to be able to assist you, as tyou so generously assisted him ? Don't condemn yourself - things went wrong, but this was his fault, not yours. Getting a new job is difficult for anyone, especially when we're past the first couple of decades, but not impossible. Maybe its also useful to volunteer to help in some charitable work, to help others and to remind yourself of your usefulness ( it also looks better when one is applying for new work, than an entirely blank period in your story. ) And get even closer with your wife, daughter and grandson, who are still very much better off for having you around.
If depression starts to become burdensome, get proper help, in counseling and perhaps medication
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