Hi, I am so glad to hear from you again!
See, you made it through another day! You are stronger than you could ever believe. I am proud of you.
A lot of the time our anxiety makes us feel alone and like noone understands. I have been dealing with extremely toxic housemates for 2 years now, and all of my family and friends in my home state just don't understand and that has been really rough. However, I have 1 member of family down here who has met them and agrees with me to vent to, and plus all of my online friends who, despite never meeting them, hear everything and trust me. It really can feel like noone understands but here is the thing. Just because they don't UNDERSTAND exactly what is going on, it doesn't mean that they do not CARE. Those two are not mutually exclusive, and I feel like our anxiety tells us it is that way a lot of the time.
They may not understand, however if you express to them that you just need support and someone to lean on, they will listen to you I promise. It is what friends are for, they care about you. They would never want you to feel alone or unsupported, I promise.
I still strongly recommend a therapist for you, or even just to go to a GP and do a mental health plan and see what they recommend from there. I think it would really help you in the "understanding" department.
Remember that we are always here when you need us and at no time are you ever truly alone. I think even just a discussion with your friends like "hey, I know you maybe don't understand exactly whats happening, but I just need your support", you will be surprised at how willing they will be.
Always rooting for you, keep us updated if you feel comfortable doing so!