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At one time I built a career at a top company. I had everything, a 7500 square foot house in California, a wife 2 kids, won many awards and patents. My parents and uncle who were very close friends were very happy. I was happy. Until that company changed management in 2009 and in 2010 I was forced to resign.

I ended up moving to new england where my ****** boss tried to force me to do something unethical, but I didn't succumb. During this time my wife cheated on me, stole money from my account and divorced me. I was obligated by family Court to give half my paycheck until my young children turned 18 in child support to this heinous woman.

Now she is married to a man who's sister was charged and jailed for **********. Because things at my job in new England became worse I was forced to resign. I ended up getting another job back in CA, meanwhile I found out I also needed to go for open heart surgery or I would die. For the first several months I worked for a leading heart valve manufacturer where I won awards and was told I was the best they hired in years. When I went for surgery I was a hero. When I came back someone at the heart valve company sent 12 many page long emails throughout the company telling everyone how dangerous I was. A few months later I was fired regardless of what I did for them.

Then I became unemployed, applying for jobs left and right, trying several buisness ventures but to no avail. During this time I lost my uncle, Father, mother, and a good friend. When my mother died a friend offered me a job back at the first company I mentioned in this message. Having no other opportunity, I returned. Since I returned, I am being abused. I was called a social ****** by my boss and was asked to resign a couple weeks ago, but I refused.

Now I am having episodes where I will walk into a room and forget how I got there. During these episodes I ask whoever I am with how I got there, do I have kids, where are they, do I have a job until sometime later when most of my memory comes back.

Another issue I am dealing with is I was brought up by orthodox jews. Right now the love of my life is catholic. I love this woman more than anything, but I am scared to convert.

My life is falling apart and I can't take it anymore. I have had numerous neurologists, psychiatrists and doctors look at me with MRI, EEG and they are all baffled. Can't anyone help?

I need a new job and some way to get away for a while so I can rest. I also need to figure out these personal life issues so I can survive my life. I know I can bring great value to any company that appreciates me.
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Hey Anthony!

I'm a practicing Catholic and I saw that you said you were scared to convert.  Yeah... I guess it would be quite a large step!  Now, I don't have a job for you, but I can perhaps help you about the Catholic thing.  First, yay!! *throws confetti*.  Second, some advice: pray the rosary.  Seriously.  No, really, I mean it.  Say it every day.  Really.  Plenty of resources online to learn how to say it.  You can say a rosary counting your fingers, you can get yourself a rosary (ask your lady friend for one, Catholics usually have more than one -- thanks to Catholic junk mail!  ha!).   

Third: get a book by GK Chesterton.  He's a convert.  In his own words:


As for your Jewish family... betcha that's scaring ya... Well, tell them to look at it this way... at least you aren't converting to worship Kali.  ;-)

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I've struggled with hurts, hang-ups and habits, and there's been a lot of improvement for me. I've been taking anti-depressant medications. Also, the solution: being sorry, and being forgiven for true wrongs, in the name of Jesus of Nazareth.

Thanks for reading this.

May peace be with you,

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