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Eventually... escape.. how many years later?

(5 Posts)
EasyToEatTiger Fri 06-Oct-17 22:31:03

Divorce is in process. I am planning my getaway. It's bloody awful. Everyone tells me I am doing all the right things, the police, my IDVA, WA, my gp, the schools, my solicitor.... Yet the lights are on but I am absolutely alone. I have had my 2nd outreach appt with WA cancelled and I am fed up. I am drugged up to the eyeballs so I don't explode or implode.
I am thinking of getting a caravan since I have been looking and looking for rental accomodation and there is nothing. I have animals as well.

Sadlady77 Fri 06-Oct-17 22:50:46

Sorry no advice as I am a good behind you in the leaving process but it definitely sounds like you are doing the right thing xx

Slingsanderrors Sat 07-Oct-17 19:46:49

easy, no advice but I'm planning my escape too, and also looking at a caravan. I could afford to buy one, also (and most important) I could take the dog. I really couldn't bear to leave her. flowers

debbs77 Sat 07-Oct-17 19:49:27

A caravan is a great idea!!!

EasyToEatTiger Sat 07-Oct-17 20:05:51

Yes it's the animals, isn't it. It's so bloody difficult to find out what to ask and who to ask and how to proceed. I may ask at the school if they are able to help re local farmers who may let us set up. My car is tiny and without a towbar.
I see nothing awry about spending 6 months in a caravan. Shelter, warmth, water from somewhere. Children, Dogs! Safety!

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