We've recently gone through two financial changes. Last year and most of this year we've had way more money than we knew what to do with. I had suffered from severe depression and frequest suicidal ideation, hospitalizations, and was taking multiple medications (and still am) before that. When this "era" of my life began, all of that went away. I was happy. Recently, things have stacked up. Bills have started coming in, and my grandmother who I live with got stopped by a patrolman on the way to the supermarket. Turns out her insurance was expired, the tag had expired, and the "move your tag from your old vehicle to your new one" thing hasn't been a lawful thing to do for a while now, even though we all thought it was. She's now facing huge fines, and we already have a projected monthly bank account balance of -$849 (yes, overdrawn THAT much), including both her social security check and my SSI check coming in. Even if we were to live off 1/4 of the groceries we were getting beforehand (my father also lives here, and is disabled), we'd be in the red financially. We already have a loan on the car, which is one of our bills. We have noone to borrow from, and couldn't pay them back if we did. The house doesn't qualify for a reverse mortgage, we're ALREADY on foodstamps, and she's going to court tomorrow. I don't see any end in sight for this. Our electric, TV, internet, and water are all still connected because the bank paid the bill on overdraft for this month, thus making our debt for next month higher. The suicidal ideation is back in full force, and I don't want to be hospitalized again, which will just stack up another bill. I don't see any end in sight. I just had to share this with someone. I don't know what to do.