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  • #18118 Report

    mbls15
    Participant

    Sound a great idea 45+

    #18124 Report

    sw16
    Participant

    Hi think I can be classed as older parent, 54 mum of 5, 4 boys, 30, 29, 27, 23 and daughter 7yrs, father of boys left 15 yrs ago, never seen the boys since the day he left, 7 yr old never known her dad as he didn’t want to know. New on here so no idea how this all works though

    #18128 Report

    Sherryrose
    Participant

    Hi there SW16 , I guess it’s just a matter of chatting on the forums and asking questions, people join in and take it from there ..

    I’m also really near SW16 aswell so that’s a good starting point .. ?

    #18133 Report

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi have put another thread out. This group hasn’t been set up yet. Privacy is paramount and with the changes brought in recently, I don’t want to set up a group here where anyone can read your posts.

    If anyone wants to set up a group please feel free and post in that group

    Thanks

    #18275 Report

    amyz
    Participant

    Please count me in, I’m 34 and a mother of a 5 year old boy

    Thanks

    Amy

    #18695 Report

    Clare007
    Participant

    Hi

    I’m 47 with a 2 year old !! Hold like to join something like this, near Portsmouth

    #18700 Report

    Kb0503
    Participant

    Hi Everyone

    I am new to all of this, just recently in the last week discovered my husbands infidelity, i am an older mum of 50 with a 6 yr old little girl, living in the CH7 area, id love to joing a group for older single parents.  This is all so daunting and i have no idea where to start or even how i explain to my little one that mummy and daddy will no longer be together.. any advice on that conversation would be great..

    #18701 Report

    Brube70
    Participant

    Hi

    I have just been through a very similar situation to you. I totally dreaded the thought of telling my son. After the initial shock and tears he seems to have settled down and seems happy again. Kids are tougher than you think.

    Feel free to PM me if you want to discuss further I know how hard it is, but you need to look after yourself too.

    i wish I could tell you I am fine now but it’s really difficult, be prepared for one hell of a rollercoaster ride.

    #18706 Report

    Sherryrose
    Participant

    Is there anyone wanting to meet up on the new year as a group socially who lives in south west  London?

    Such as Brixton, Clapham, streatham and maybe Camberwell for example?.

    let me know in my inbox

    hope  to hear from some people  soon

     

    #18707 Report

    Sherryrose
    Participant

    Sorry, I mean meet up in the new year from the south west London areas mentioned

     

    #18806 Report

    kbb1963
    Participant

    Hi guys…new to all of this…I would love to join in with the Older Single Parent….

    I am a 55yr old full time father to 4yr old twin daughters…one with ******* Diplegic Cerebral Palsy…

    #18807 Report

    Hi. Idea sounds good. Where will the older group be based.  Will it be an online group or face book group at first ?  Or will meet ups happen.  I don’t class myself as old or older. I’m 45 and feel 21. Lol. Perhaps call he group wise ones instead.  Please keep me posted. Thanks.

    #18835 Report

    mumtum
    Participant

    I’d like to join.. how do I do that?

    #18838 Report

    Sherryrose
    Participant

    If anyone is in south London – streatham, Clapham, Brixton for meeting up as older mums? I’m willing to meet up with mums from these areas . ….?…?..

     

    thanks

     

     

    #18876 Report

    PixieJay
    Participant

    Hi there, I’d be interested in joining, am an older single parent in south Wales/south west area. Thanks

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