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Jeannie
14th February 2019, 13:07
Hello to everyone who already knows me and to those who don't ;)

Hope you're all well as can be expected and I have missed you all big hugs

Ok, I have come out of the woodwork because I sincerely need your help to keep me from loosing my home and for those wishing to donate large amount can do so directly to my solicitor (details on request).
Well I don't know where to start but I will keep it short and sweet. My 21yr relationship broke down and ended at the end of May and I was left to fend for myself and during that time the relationship between my two daughters sadly broke down and we have not spoken since the mid July and I miss them so much my heart aches and I have been doing everything possible to keep my home that somehow managed to get put in my expartner name and I have no choice but to buy him out grrrrr I have been doing this all on my own with no support plus dealing with severe depression. It's been extremely hard and everytime I get to the top of the ladder I get knocked down and I will be honest I could have at times easily ended my life.

Please see the link https://www.gofundme.com/83tq5j-help-me-stay-in-my-own-home&rcid=r01-15501474492-f110124e6f724310&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w

Forever grateful xx

Terry
14th February 2019, 14:20
Hi Jeannie and good to hear from you again after such a long time;

It might be handy to have a few more details of your situation etc.

We have missed your experience and knowledge from this forum for such a long time. I know like some of us you were frustrated over the rules and the management of the forum. It's been over 4 years since you last posted.

Have you asked your local Mnda branch and Mnda connect?

Love Terry

Jeannie
14th February 2019, 16:46
Hey hunnie

It's great to hear from you, how are you ? I am sorry for leaving but I didn't like the way things were being run, has that changed or do I have to run again lol

Well I don't know where to start but I will keep it short and sweet. My 21yr relationship broke down and ended at the end of May and I was left to fend for myself and during that time the relationship between my two daughters sadly broke down and we have not spoken since the mid July and I miss them so much my heart aches and I have been doing everything possible to keep my home that somehow managed to get put in my expartner name and I have no choice but to buy him out grrrrr I have been doing this all on my own with no support plus dealing with severe depression. It's been extremely hard and everytime I get to the top of the ladder I get knocked down and I will be honest I could have at times easily ended my life.

Terry
15th February 2019, 00:58
Hi jeannie,

I am sorry to hear about your situation. It is not unusual for partners to leave when you have a slow type of Mnd. But it is sad that you don't see your daughters. No one realises how much damage Mnd does to the whole family.

I am OK, everything is slowly going down hill.

The forum rules are the same but some of the moderators are a bit more understanding.

I tried to put a few pence into your fund but it won't accept PayPal.

Max must have lived in your area, did you ever meet him. I saw him quite a few times at Papworth and at the Cambridge meetings.

Got a early start tomorrow as having my feeding tube changed and then being taken for breakfast and maybe going to the sea afterwards.

Love Terry

Jeannie
15th February 2019, 09:41
Thanks hunnie

It's hard and I don't miss my ex because I suffered years of neglect and abuse but I miss my daughters terribly. I am glad that you're ok ;) Yes Max lived about 5 minutes away and he was such a lovely gentle giant and his passing was a huge shock. Are you local to Cambridge ?
Hope your peg change goes smoothly and I have to try and buck myself up because I am tearful this morning.

Much love xx

Jeannie
15th February 2019, 10:10
Thanks hunnie

It's hard and I don't miss my ex because I suffered years of neglect and abuse but I miss my daughters terribly. I am glad that you're ok ;) Yes Max lived about 5 minutes away and he was such a lovely gentle giant and his passing was a huge shock. Are you local to Cambridge ?
Hope your peg change goes smoothly and I have to try and buck myself up because I am tearful this morning.

Much love xx

miranda
15th February 2019, 13:54
Jeannie it's great to hear from you but sorry to hear about your situation. As Terry says, your advice and experience has been missed. Hopefully karma will happen.

Jeannie
15th February 2019, 14:10
Thanks sweetheart how are ? I was hoping to hear from you xx


Jeannie it's great to hear from you but sorry to hear about your situation. As Terry says, your advice and experience has been missed. Hopefully karma will happen.

lv73
15th February 2019, 23:15
my ex walked out Nov and I am not buying them out. you have a right to stay there at least till divorce which you can take right up to the two years

Terry
16th February 2019, 13:13
Thanks hunnie

Max lived about 5 minutes away and he was such a lovely gentle giant and his passing was a huge shock. Are you local to Cambridge ?
Hope your peg change goes smoothly and I have to try and buck myself up because I am tearful this morning.

Much love xx

Hope you are feeling a bit more up beet, Jeannie;

PEG tube change went quite well but it has been a very little bloody for a couple of days so hopping things will improve with the older Micky button.

Yes Max was a gentle giant and was always nice to see.

I live near Ipswich but do travel around a bit.
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I had a background head ache yesterday but I did get out with my granddad for a very nice cooked breakfast and then went to Felexstowe for a walk along the front and a coffee and brownie in Costa's. Granddad usually takes me out every other week for a day and we visit places etc.
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Love Terry

Deb
16th February 2019, 19:13
The sea looks lovely, Terry. How lovely to sit in the sunshine ! It's made me want a fish and chips day trip.

Hope you're feeling better after your PEG change.
Jeannie, I really hope today has been a better day for you.

Love Debbie x

Sheila
16th February 2019, 19:59
Looks lovely Terry. Great photos.

Terry
16th February 2019, 20:12
Thanks Sheila and Debbie;

It was a lovely day, the mere breath of wind and wall to wall sunshine.

Granddad sometimes takes me to Southwold and other east coast places. We share scampy and chips, maybe have a half of shandy afterwards.

Love Terry

Jeannie
17th February 2019, 10:14
We are not married :(


my ex walked out Nov and I am not buying them out. you have a right to stay there at least till divorce which you can take right up to the two years

lv73
17th February 2019, 10:28
squatters rights then

nunhead_man
17th February 2019, 20:19
Good evening - I believe I'm new since you last posted so hello there.

If you want to message me privately I might be able to offer some legal advice?

Please note I'm not a lawyer myself but I have some serious legal friends who are often willing to provide free advice if I ask

Best

Andy

Jeannie
18th February 2019, 19:26
Hello Andy, it's lovely to meet you and I very much appreciate your offer of help however it is going through solicitors.


Good evening - I believe I'm new since you last posted so hello there.

If you want to message me privately I might be able to offer some legal advice?

Please note I'm not a lawyer myself but I have some serious legal friends who are often willing to provide free advice if I ask

Best

Andy

Jeannie
18th February 2019, 19:51
A big thanks to Terry and his granddad for donating, love to you both xx

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