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Happy Christmas. All the best in 2018

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22 Dec 17 #498261 by itsbeenalongtime
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I would just like to wish everyone going through this hell all the best for the next lot of "special" days. I hate all these family times as it make me feel so totally incomplete. But I genuinely believe I am through the worst and I am really looking forward to 2018.

Lots of changes in mine and my childrens lives so I am looking forward to making new plans and memories.

Have the best time you can. Take little steps and get ready for that final giant leap.
If I can do it I promise anyone can. I have surprised myself and my kids in what I have achieved in this last 18 months of a 6 year rollercoaster.
Stay strong, chins up and take some time out for yourselves over this manic period.
I hope santa`s good to you all.

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27 Dec 17 #498321 by Clawed
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Back at work for 3 days which breaks up the festive period nicely, I hope you had a nice Christmas and I'm glad to hear that you are looking forward to 2018. It's a tough time of year and this Christmas has been surprisingly difficult for me after a wonderful year - blended families anyone - but we've all been through a lot and survived we can do this too. Onward to 2018 I hope it brings everyone peace and prosperity

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28 Dec 17 #498335 by polar
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''I hate all these family times as it make me feel so totally incomplete''

Yes I remember those days.I realised that it was a symptom of 'having' to have a partner to make you complete.

I think the same applied to me when my daughter went to university and I was obsolete in her life (or so I thought except for the £££££££££££££ !!!)

Its soon going to be a new year and for many on here a time to reassess their goals in life and what they actually want to achieve.

Good luck to you all and in the end everyone survives. Maybe not the way we originally planned but we all survive.

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