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Hi (((Bettie)))! I’m sure it was (((Cat))) that you wanted to thank for the advice, as I didn’t give you any, silly girl! If I was giving you advice, I would say to go into your workplace and not worry about getting let go. Be pleasant and do the best job that you can for that day. Your job is to support your manager and help him meet his goals, by meeting yours. None of us knows what tomorrow will bring and that’s why we have to live in today. I used to worry more about everything, but would tell myself that for today I have a roof over my head, food in my fridge, and my bill payments are current. I’m sorry that you are having so many health challenges. That has to be difficult to deal with and you have to make the best decisions for yourself. You have been so successful with living a gamble free life. Give yourself tons of credit for that! The hardest thing I had to deal with in my recovery was the fact that I didn’t feel I was worthy of recovery, and that I had value. We are worthy of healthcare and a life without a gambling addiction. Carole