If you feel that you have too many problems or they are too difficult to bear, or if you are embarrassed or in some way too shy or unable to talk to a friend or support group, I want to really encourage you to seek assistance. Have you thought of going to a therapist or counselor? There are lots of good ones to be found, particularly in urban areas And if you're not sure where to start looking, community colleges, universities, health centers and hospitals, or religious organizations are all good places to start. You could call a referral service, which you can find in the phone book.
You don't have to tell anyone you are seeing a therapist. No one needs to know. It could well be the most courageous, positive step you'll ever take. You could do it just to check it out, too, without having to commit to anything. Sometimes, just getting the advice and wisdom of a professional on a particular problem or decision can be helpful. Often, another point of view can open one's eyes and shed new light on a situation. You don't have to be "crazy" to visit a therapist, by any means. Please don't think that! Many professionals offer a sliding scale fee, or you can even get free help through clinics or special programs.
I also have found pastoral counselors to be very helpful. They are psychologists and theologians all rolled into one. They have some interesting, unusual perspectives at times. They, too, believe in God or a power greater than themselves, and they put those beliefs into action.