I worked for 28 years at the same job. I never in my wildest dreams imagined losing my job in 2010 for no real reason. With no other experienced I enrolled at the community college, and was real close to finishing my degree, but I got really sick at the beginning of my last semester and had to abruptly drop my classes. I found out I needed an emergency surgery to remove a large cyst that was supposed to had been removed 5 yrs earlier. At that time I was not close to my father, I left home when I was 16 years old, dropped out of school to support myself, I struggled but I maintained and survived pretty fair. That was really a blessing losing my job, as I became closer to my father, helping him do things and get back and forth to appointments. I have an older brother who always lived with my father in our family home( the one I grew up in as well). In 2015 My father asked me to move in the house and take care of Louie. I didn’t want to decline such a request, as I knew he worried about my brothers well being. My father passed away unexpectedly in 2016 and I moved in to take care of Louie of course. I faced some serious repairs moving in the house and taking over the payments, which doubled at one point it was very hard. I have been on disability and my brother is on SSI. So my only option was to take on payday loans which have now taken over. I have exhausted all possibilities from loans from family members and my credit is ruined. I wanted to return to school, but of course I owe for the last semester and all our money is taken to pay back the payday loans. I have been looking for stay at home jobs with no success as of late. I really would like to pay back the pay day loans $3806.00 and what I owe the college so I can go back to school $1260. As of right now I feel so hopeless and no where to turn. I also feel very sad as if I am letting my father down, as I promised him on his death bed that I would take care of the house and my brother. And Daisy Daisy that cat the came with the house because my Father and I started feeding her. I am still in very much of need of home repairs with plumbing, electrical and foundation. My Dad brought this home in 1965, which was 2 years before I came along, he kept it up pretty well until he was unable to get around so much. I could do so much better for myself, if I was not stressing over debt and could regain my focus on my brothers well being, he is diabetic with chronic kidney disease and a mass on his liver. He has doctors appointments 2 or 3 times a week not to mention my own failing health which is not getting any better with the added stress. Please help me get back on track.