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starting all over again, how to deal with changes?, moving to another country different culture.

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      Camille Vendryes wrote Dec 10, 2010
    • hi Eva, well i have a bf and i know a few persons there, i know its going to be an amazing adventure, its just a side of me is a little worried because i am separated from my hubby and i have a 19year old daughter who wants to live with her dad, so yeah i am worried about leaving her, but i need to do this for me, thats why i stayed so long in this horrible relationship, because i never wanted to leave my daughter, but now she is old enough to understand and she does understand.....my new journey begins.... yes i have study about there culture, it a beautiful place (The Nederlands)....I have finally made a choice and that is to move on with my life.......thanks for the talk Eva




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      Cathie Beck wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Camille, I think you’ve got half of the starting over and the changes handled. The desire to give yourself a new start somewhere else is half of it, I think. You can’t know every thing about it until you get there and live it, so try not to worry about the unknown, Ok?  

      Don’t let your daughter’s choice to stay make you feel guilty for wanting to go and start a new life that is for you and what you desire from life. Maybe you two can get Skype (sp?) for “visits” on the internet?  

      Hugs,
      Cathie




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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Camille, now that your daughter is 19 she will definitely understand. I’m happy for you that you‘re taking this exciting (and brave) step to make your own life happier.




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      Camille Vendryes wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • I am very happy i have fab40, i have you wonderful ladies for advise, which always amazing anwers, yes i do know of skype i have it on my computer Cathie, i always talk to my bf in the nederlands....Yep as you say Suzann its a brave step, getting braver......thanks guys you are all awesome....heartheart




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