Pile of my mail: All of the health care bills piling up. It is really expensive to have a mental illness, it costs a lot of money. We owe a lot to [a healthcare facility] because our insurance was messed up one month. But we are working that out with them. I use a lot of services at [the local human service center] and many different programs. But it is a sliding scale based on our income. We do not have a lot of extra money. I am doing a program that does craft. I don’t drive because that causes a lot of anxiety. It is mostly my husband who is paying for those bills and he takes care of it. The biggest bill is from when I got married, we lost my Medicaid. Meds are really expensive so we use the mail order [pharmacy], which is a lot cheaper and I can order them for 90 days. There is a huge difference in cost. You should be smart and research your information and know your insurance. And ask your doctor because otherwise I don’t know how I would find out things. We order them on mail order and then [the local human service center] will go through them and sort them for me. That is really nice. It helps.