Tuesday, April 12, 2011

My Nerves Are Shot!

My nerves are totally shot. I am trying to deal with my insurance company about my hospitalization from February and I'm going crazy.  They haven't paid yet and the time for "timely filling" is about up.  They have denied part of the claim for lack of medical records. I called the provider and they needed written proof from the insurance company. I called the insurance company and they said that they will send that information to the provider. I guess I know to much about claims since it was part of my old job. I just feel I'm getting the run around and as much as I'm paying for insurance I shouldn't have to do all of this!

I am really struggling with depression right now. Part of the reason again is the lack of money. I'm having to half my antidepressant until I get paid tomorrow. This was a long month and I ran out of money before the end of the month. Last month I was paid on the 8th and this month the 13th. On top of that I had an unexpected car repair ( Are there any other kind of repairs? lol).

I'm also worried about my friend Y and my daughter Alice. Both have some fairly serious health issue and my daughter is worried about if she is going to have a roof over her head. Of course she is always welcome to come back home, but again the cost is a serious issue. Things have got to get better soon.


RCUBEs said...

I don't like it, too when insurance cos. do something like that. It's frustrating. Thank you sister for praying for me and I'm praying for you also. :) God bless.

Bobbi said...

I know what you mean about insurances... I work with insurance companies all the time and they drive me crazy. It's just not right that we have to jump through hoops to get our medical paid for. You will be in my prayers. Keep looking up!

NOS said...


Insurance companies are such pains. And money troubles certainly don't make depression easier. I'm sorry. I wish there were something I could do. Just hang on until tomorrow!

I'm thinking of you and Alice and Y.

Wishing you well,

Faycin A Croud said...

Lack of money always puts me into a depressive state. And insurance companies suck like an industrial strength vacuum extractor and are run by Satan. I wish I knew of something helpful to say other than commiseration. I hope something happens that will ease the burden a little.

Tracy said...

I know so well these times that we feel life will overtake us. Deep breath and all you can do is what you can do.
Although Wanda, I know all to well that it is easier said than done. I really do. But there area glimmers of hope all around you and if you find just that one; that perhaps your friend and your daughter need you, you can hang on. Be certain to take one day at a time, or even an hour if need be...
hugs to you!

63mago said...

After the revolution the insurances will burn, number second after the banks.
Relax. You write what has to be written and that is that.

jumpinginpuddles said...

this is why im so glad im in australia we hae a fair and decent and humane healrth system. I hope your fincial and stress worries get better soon