I agree with Starlite about the medications. Talk to your doctor and maybe a change of meds in order. Each person responds differently to medications. Find one that works for you.
I struggle with MCS (multpiple chemical sensitivies) and am somewhat restricted in what I can do. It is limiting. I have a bumpy marriage. I have a tricky relationship with my mom...and my dad and step-mom. I am in therapy...
My house is usually a wreck. I have trouble putting together healthy meals. We eat out way too much. I feel like I float through some days, if you know what I mean.
Not on antidepressants, but if I felt like I needed them, I would take them. Right now am still trying to work through issues in therapy ( I had stopped going for a bit and that was a mistake) and trying to take care of myself.
If you can afford it, I agree someone to help with the house would be great.
Sorry I'm not so coherant this morning. Lack of sleep. Just wanted to respond to your post and let you know, there is hope. It may take awhile, and some work and some nurturing...but there is" light at the end of the tunnel."
The food thing...get things that don't require much preparation for now. You can still eat relatively healthy without spending alot of time making food. Like peanut butter and honey or all-fruit on whole wheat bread. Already prepared yogurt. Cereal and milk. Bagged lettuce, spinach, pre-cut veggies for a salad.( And I mean buy them from the store pre-cut or have your dp cut them up for you.) Boiled eggs ( You can make a bunch and they will keep a few days in their shells in the fridge.) Cheese sandwiches. Tuna sandwiches. Pizza. Fruit. Cottage Cheese. String cheese sticks. Bread and butter and all-fruit.
Take a good vitamen supplement. As you begin to feel better, then tackle eating better. Do the best you can do for now...and do better when you are able.