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1IN10KParticipantJune 27, 2016 at 1:50 pm #104134
So here goes … on paper, I am a ‘worst nightmare’ scenario but in reality, I am the exception to the rule.
I have been alone for far too long but my chances at finding someone seems slim to none. I am unemployed and I have very little chance of being able to reenter the workplace. Would woman think there were a chance that you would date a guy with the knowledge that he doesn’t have a lot of money to treat her with and that he would more than likely end up being the homemaker in the relationship.
In 2008 I was diagnosed with MFS. I kept working till 2010 when the condition became too much. Since I have only done odd jobs and haven’t had a permanent job or even one in my field of expertise. As a result, I have the slimmest possible chance of proper employment imaginable. I am overqualified for any other position and out of touch with the industry. Even if I brushed up my skills, the six year gap in career path is a killer.
Is there any hope …
IloveBB8ParticipantJune 27, 2016 at 5:45 pm #104144
One day you will find someone. Some woman, yes go for money, but not everyone. Maybe try dating websites? I believe that someone who will love you, won’t look that you have no money, that you are unemplyed or that you were diagnosed with MFS. After all, love has no borders (: Just don’t give up, go through your life smiling.
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