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    I agree with FL. Try a sporting group, walking group, craft group etc. sometimes we just need a full break from parenting.

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    Hi Pheonix

    Im in the same boat. Shiftwork, nightshift etc so dont get out much i did the play group things when my son was younger but theres not many around now that hes almost 3 or they are already tight knit! Im such a loner lol!

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    Remember most relationships will start superficial, but just keep in contact with the ones you click with, set regular dates and communication

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    Quote Originally Posted by codex View Post
    Hi Pheonix

    Im in the same boat. Shiftwork, nightshift etc so dont get out much i did the play group things when my son was younger but theres not many around now that hes almost 3 or they are already tight knit! Im such a loner lol!
    I'm so glad that you understand how tough shift work can be in regards to social life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    Remember most relationships will start superficial, but just keep in contact with the ones you click with, set regular dates and communication
    My big problem is that often these relationships will get stuck in the superficial, and I don't like that. I want a best friend; and I also would love to find a group of women that all met together...I never really had that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    I agree with FL. Try a sporting group, walking group, craft group etc. sometimes we just need a full break from parenting.
    A lot of the time the people in those groups seem to be really old..


 

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