I decided to go to school like you. I will be a nurse in a matter of months. Its taken me 5 yrs and the last 3 was the worst ever at my job. However I did a few things to help me cope, one I do minimum job requirements, I have an FMLA case from my therapist (you do not need a doctor) it allows me to be out 4 times a month up to 5 days each time if need be. So I take a few days off every other week and no one knows why. I even got my therapist to put me down for maximum 6hrs a day of work, since we had mandatory overtime I did not want to work. So now I work 30hrs a week and take off when I need a break. This was my way of taking control of my emotions and anxiety, all the while enjoying their benefits and generous paycheck every Friday. I realized I was in control of how I felt and that if I was anxious or depressed I allowed myself to get that way. I began to look at my job and the bosses differently, now I laugh at the things that use to make me depressed, knowing that if anything starts getting to me too bad I can just call in sick the next day and get paid FMLA and job protection. FMLA protects your job and keeps you from being fired for FMLA approved sicknesses. However this means you have to do your job perfectly when you are there. Cause employers like mine try to get you for something else. However I leave myself notes to remind myself of everything I need to do each day so I don't forget anything. So go to a therapist mine is a licensed clinical social worker, get your fmla paperwork filled out, don't let that job keep you from your dreams you are blessed to have that job enjoy your blessings and don't let the devil steal them away by creating depression and anxiety in that situation, I refuse to go to those places mentally with my job anymore. They literlly hate me because they can't get to me mentally anymore. Its so much more fun now I have the upper hand!