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Because of your social isolation, there is nobody around you to say, "This isn't normal, you need help". You are a coper, and I suspect that this is the face you present to the world. You have made a habit of managing major problems without help, and you have learned a lot, which is great and will stand you in good stead.

Those friends you don't see any more are still there, probably feeling that you don't need them. And as for your distant family, I think there are things you can do here as well.

Keep it light, an informal call to say, "How are you? I strongly suggest that you invest in a simple computer and get on email.

My circle of friends and acquaintances has become much smaller.

I have had to cope with various health problems alone.

I recognise everything you are telling me:­ the tears, the anxieties, the feeling of being singled out for punishment, the shame. The right medication would give you relief from the worst symptoms of depression.