Hello there, my name is Glenn. Do you have a family? I quess probably not or you would have said that your family is about to become homeless.
You should start by expanding your network, get to know MANY new people and look for whatever needs doing wherever you go. And then do it for free. Since you are a welder you are probably a handy guy for lots of other fix-it type things, If you in a bathroom somewhere and notice that the tap is loose, tell someone responsible that it’s loose and you’d be happy to fix it for free, while you’re there check to see if the toilet seat and cover need tightening and stall door hinges as well.
It’s just one example of the kind of interactions that help to make contact with people in a way that leaves a friendly, trusting feeling. And that leads to two things; one is more conversation, where you can tell people about you situation, and two, it gives people a feeling that they want to help with your situation!!!
Another thing you might try is signing up for couchsurfing where you stay at trusting peoples homes for free. I have met many people this way and you would definatly meet people who would do what they can to help. It is always very surprising to find out what kind of people live in our same town that we have never noticed!
I give you this advice trusting that even in a desperate situation you would not
take advantage of others in any way.
I wish you Peace in your time of hardship! E-mail me if I can do something else or if you want to stay in contact;
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P.S. I also have asthma. cut way down on salt (avoid Iodized salt altogether) and start taking 400mg of magnesium daily as well as some vitamin C.
for more info, GOOGLE; ‘natural asthma remedies’ or ‘foods to fight asthma’ - written 2 years, 3 months ago