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03 Apr 2006

Thanks / Trying to hold out
Hi all, CS.
Thanks for all the well wishes, I am trying to be strong and not give in. You are all correct, he is trying to come back. He is living in the streets and I do feel sorry for him. I feel guilty that he has nowhere to stay, no way of getting anywhere and he said's his clothes and stuff will be stolen, it is the last stuff he has.
He knows how to work on me and I really feel bad. I will be strong though, there is no way he can come back unless he can proof he has changed, which I doubt he will ever do.
I must say, my home is now peaceful.
Thanks to you all for your support.
Take Care
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01 Jan 0001

Thaqnkls for the report back, BT. It is sad if he is indeed living on the streets --- but it sounds a bit odd that in all this time in which he knew that this was a possible outcome, he seems to have made no provision for any alternatives --- has he really NO other friends ( who could store some of his belongings, and perhaps offer temporary accomodation while he seriously looked for work ? ). Can he not at least start with the Salvation army or some other such agency, and more on upwards from there ? Can't he reconcile with his own family, too ? Enjoy the deserved peace in your home. You deserve that peace ; and he deserves to start solving his own problems.
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