Been there buddy. For the past 6 years I worked part-time in retail to scrape by and get through college. It wasn't enough, but I was able to make it to the 3rd year of my Bachelors. The school started asking for money, and the banks wanted their loans back since I was no longer a student. I ended up having to move back into my moms house, my fiancé called off our marriage and broke up with me (to date my "best friend", no joke), and I was now hundreds of miles away from the new life I had built for myself. I was 23, $20,000 in debt, working as a grocery store cashier, and living with my mom. Rock bottom. But after a year of hard work I'm now starting my career at a local non-profit that assists students and families with budgeting their money for education, quitting my grocery store job, almost back in college for my final year, and I finally have enough money to support myself, pay off my loans, and possibly move in with my new girlfriend. I don't know what you're going through and this post probably doesn't relate to your problems at all, but if you keep moving forward life will get better.