In quick sand

I have a load of things bothering me at the minute I haven't seen my kids properly in a few months down to not having anywhere to take them asi have split from my wife of 14 years another. Thing that's bothering me is she has moved on and is now dating I'm not so bothered about her dating as we had grown apart I just thought it was quick but anyway that's life people move on at different times there is also the fact that I'm having to stay with my mum and step father who are driving me insane with the same questions where u going when will u be in have u done this have u done that arrrgggggg. I think the biggest thing that springs out is that I am stuck and I can't move on in any way till I get my house sorted.

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