Dear Annie: I am 60 years old and feel that I have accomplished next to nothing. The only worthwhile things are my husband, two children and a lovely granddaughter. They are the lights of my life.
I was let go from a previous job for something I didn't do. My current job is awful, and it stresses me out every day. But I have no computer training, so a job change is not in the cards. Besides, businesses don't want to hire an “old” person like me. Because my job pays next to nothing, I began charging things on credit. What was I supposed to do? I'm now in deep credit-card debt and am desperate to find the funds to pay it off.