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2 years tommorow since I split with xp

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nutcracker Sat 02-Feb-08 22:46:25

Not counting the small blip.

2 years, blimey.

nutcracker Sat 02-Feb-08 22:49:31

2 years of nothing, who'd have thought that I could end a relationship and be full of hope and and dreams and end up here, 2 years later, having done nothing at all.

random Sat 02-Feb-08 22:50:03

Is that a good thing... or are you sad

nutcracker Sat 02-Feb-08 22:51:07

Am glad we split, yeah just sad that it was for nothing, cos i haven't changed my life at all.

random Sat 02-Feb-08 22:51:35

you havent done nothing have brought up you children ..counts for loads in my book

pukkapatch Sat 02-Feb-08 22:51:46

its not really nothing nutty. i remember your threads before you split from him. despite the problems you may have now with him, you still sound better off without him than you were whilst with him.

nutcracker Sat 02-Feb-08 22:52:24

Thanks, but I did that anyway.

Not sure what I expected would hapen really.

nutcracker Sat 02-Feb-08 22:55:01

Actually, I do know, I know I thought I'd get a life, make some friends and perhaps meet a nice bloke, get a job.

Didn't quite count on non of that happening.

nutcracker Sun 03-Feb-08 09:19:25

Sorry, was suffering from wine induced self pity last night.

TLV Sun 03-Feb-08 12:37:50

happens to all of us grin will happen to me at somepoint I imagine wink

nutcracker Sun 03-Feb-08 13:05:06


How can I have not achieved anything in 2 years though, I don't get where I am going wrong at the moment.

allgonebellyup Sun 03-Feb-08 15:47:26

Are you still up for trying again on a course/new job??
Honestly, working, and making new friends this year has helped my confidence no end, even going out to the pub and catching blokes looking at me or chatting me up - it all helps the confidence x 100!!

Maybe try to find what you are really interested in/what is possible to do, and then it can all unravel from WILL make new friends all of a sudden and also find youre being invited out in the evenings a lot..

Good luck!

nutcracker Sun 03-Feb-08 16:21:56

Thank you smile

I am still interested in getting a job or finding a course yep.

Currently debating signing up for the Marks and Spencers 'Marks and Start' work experiance for lone parents scheme.

reallyfatcow Thu 31-Jul-08 02:37:41

it's been almost 2 years for me and i managed to do first year at uni already.
go for it!!!! hekp with chldcarwe costes and living expenses and better job prospects at end. come on single mommas!!!!!!

reallyfatcow Thu 31-Jul-08 02:38:32

p.s. the latye night budweisser and sleepless nights aren't hel[pong my keyboard illiteracy lol

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