ANSWER - I get the impression that you feel you are just hurtling through life at the moment and everything is just too much of a blur for you to stop and take a bit of time out for yourself. But stop you must or you will become so bowed down by all these problems and negativities that you will be in no position to help anyone, least of all yourself. Get these problems in priority order and deal with them one at a time. My advice is to write each problem down carefully on a separate slip of paper and then seal each one up in an envelope so you know it is safe and waiting to be dealt with but you don't feel overwhelmed by trying to deal with every single problem at the same time. Mark the envelopes with a number, place in priority order and stick them on your bookshelf. Then tackle each problem at a time with full energy and intent. Once resolved, move on to the next one.
Your first priority must be keeping a roof over your head. Practically you need to speak to your landlord and open up the lines of communication. Don't put your head in the sand and pretend it isn't happening. If you show willing to confront the issue, to suggest possible ways of clearing your debts and to take responsibility for your own errors, people will be more likely to listen to you and want to help you. Magically you can take ownership of your own place of earth by creating a bond between yourself and your home. Strengthen the bond by diluting a (very dilute, only a few drops needed) solution of your own blood in salt water and sprinkling round the boundaries of your home. Visualise yourself and your home as being one.
I think the real key thing here is to see your problems as single surmountable issues. If you let them lump all together as a mountain of negativity, you won't have the strength to see past them. Broken into separate pieces, you will have the energy to tackle them.
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