My name is Debbie. I am 45 years old and have suffered from major depression, anxiety and panic attacks since I was a teenager. Some days are manageable and some days feel like I am drowning...but I always keep going. Here lately it has become harder and harder to not just let it take me. It is a never ending battle and I am so exhausted. It is hard enough to make myself go to work on any given day but now it is almost impossible. Unfortunately, I work in a field that requires one on one social interaction. I have always had difficulty keeping a job. Thankfully, my husband has always been able to make up the slack for my inability. I want to quit but there is not much opportunity for someone who does not have marketable skills and can't keep a job. I need this job. I have done some research about depression and anxiety as a disability. I have found references that talk about reasonable accommodations. I want to ask my employer for this but I am so scared how they will react. That and I am not sure what reasonable accommodations might even work. I am so embarrassed that I have reached this point but I know that I am struggling and it is affecting my job. I don't want to go to my immediate supervisor because we do not get along and I would be so humiliated if she rejected my request out right or told anyone else. Has anyone ever requested reasonable accommodations for depression and anxiety?