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I'm thinking

Discussion in 'I Have a Question...' started by Joshuwah, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. Joshuwah

    Joshuwah Well-Known Member

    I'm thinking I can't cope here, not without Jane. If she was here I'd be able to cope. Missing her all the time hurts, I know it's worth it, I never doubted it would be. We're making it work but I can't cope here. There too many problems.

    I had a long hard think the other day. Someone asked me whether I was thinking about moving in with Jane because I wanted to be with her or because I wanted to get away from my dad. I was so angry they even suggested it I haven't spoke to them since, But I thought long and hard about it. And as I've said I'd be able to cope is Jane lived here or closer, so I could see her more, Which draws me to my conclusion that I need to be with Jane.

    The thing is, a.) my dad has 23K due to clear in my account before Monday. All his other finances are in my name and I just borrowed 3.5K off him for a new bike which I intend to pay back regardless. I just have the problem of getting my possessions ( wouldn't fill the boot of a nova ) 160 Miles north. And getting a Job or college down there. I know The college won't be a problem. I just don't want to get down there and have to live off EMA, cause I don't expect Jane's mum to put me up for nothing.

    And I have spoken to them, They said I was welcome, Instant tear jerker.

    Tell me what you think ??
  2. Anime-Zodiac

    Anime-Zodiac Well-Known Member

    Perhaps before moving over there, look around online for jobs in that area, you could apply online for any jobs you like if possible. Everything else seems fine, you seem to be confident about college and about moving over there.
  3. sandalwood

    sandalwood Well-Known Member

    it sounds like it could be a new lease of life for you. i think you should go for it. and of course look into the college and maybe a part time job first. also maybe try and take just the necessaries and keep some of your things at home. you can always go back for them on holidays, and i'm sure you and your dad would appreciate the time together in a new way after the long term times. seems to go this way for most people. good luck! :)
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