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14.1.2.6 62 Will I find a good job back at home

Wairua

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Today I was told my job position at work was being disestablished.

I've been a way from home (3.5 hr drive) for 16 months after a nasty break up. I met another man (also from home) online we've only had coffee and then have communicated 4 months to meet again next week.

I have a 7yo son. So there are a lot of things to take into consideration.

14 affirming what is good. Line 1, hardship is not a mistake.' I think this refers to the fact I left and how hard it's been on our own.

Line 2
'A great chariot to carry loads. With a direction to go, no mistake.' Sounds positive towards moving.

Line 6
'From heaven comes help and protection.
Good fortune, Nothing that does not bear fruit.' Again it sounds like the doors will open.

Thanks for your help on this one.

I also asked about this new guy. What can I expect from a relationship with X. I got 28.3.4 29

That worries me. In my discussions about coming home I expressed my concern about my ex popping up on my doorstep 24/7. He said that my doorstep could be his doorstep by then.

28 Is like big emotions and although it says created success Line 3 'The ridgepole buckles.
Pitfall.' Doesn't fill me with confidence, unless it's the current distance it alludes to. Line 4
'The ridgepole at its peak, good fortune.
If there is more, shame.' I suppose don't make it my priority at this stage...

Would my ex keep his distance 34.3 54 Great vigour line 3 no direction works leading to 54 opposed. So I guess he will try but it won't work.

Most importantly I asked Will this move be good for my son and got 62 unchanging. My small bird in a big sky. Prepare carefully. Possibly a low ebb.

Not really what I had hoped for :confused:.

Life just continues to throw balls in the air. I feel so vulnerable and would so appreciate any insight into my current situation. I have faith, I kind of know we'll be alright, I just don't know how.

Thanks heaps in advance :bow:
 

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Hi

I think it looks quite favourable for looking for a new job, maybe worry about that first then other things will fall into place and become clearer.

Steve
 

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Hi Steve, thanks for that, I agree. I think when shocks hit everything is thrown in the dashboard lol. And I feel step one is positive.

My ex plays a big part in my decision to return home. I think 54 not so much opposed as not getting anywhere with advancing. So it's reassuring.

Thank you for your time Steve you are good to me :)
 

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Hi Steve, thanks for that, I agree. I think when shocks hit everything is thrown in the dashboard lol. And I feel step one is positive.

My ex plays a big part in my decision to return home. I think 54 not so much opposed as not getting anywhere with advancing. So it's reassuring.

Thank you for your time Steve you are good to me :)
 

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14.6 for me is usually really positive , want to swap readings lol

Steve
 

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14.6 for me is usually really positive , want to swap readings lol

Steve
Haven't heard back on the first job yet. I hope you're right 14.6 it's the one I want :) Applied for a second one today.

The new guy was a bit distant and I couldn't handle the Possible rejection. Not now. So 28 > 29 lol much emotion in the abyss.

Son is holidaying at home with the family atm and having a great time.

Three weeks until moving day so will update. :eek:
 

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I think the job question was general as to whether you will find work, it makes sense if you keep trying unless unemployment is exceptionally high.

Thanks for the update.

Steve
 

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