Hello, I’m new here. My husband and I are beginning the process of separating. I am devastated am finding it hard to visualise any kind of future. Our kids are 7 and 5. I am due to start a PGCE in September and am just terrified about getting through it. I’m just looking for a reassuring word or two really.
I’m not sure of your personal situation but you can do anything if you try ( clichè noted). If you have family or friends who can be of some support then that will greatly assist you getting through things.
And depending on the arrangements you make with your (soon to be ex) hubby regarding custody of your children, and how amicable it is, then that will determine how much time you have to commit to your studies.
Once you work those things out then it should all become a bit clearer.
Thank you so much for your responses. I hope the PGCE will help. I am just worried because I’m finding it hard to concentrate on anything at the moment. Can’t see any future. I hope it will get better, just can’t see it at the moment and it’s so hard to carry on for the kids.
I’m new here too. My husband left me a week ago and I’m in a similiar position to you. Feeling incredible low and vulnerable, its hard to see any positives. I have no idea how this forum works, but I’m here if you need anyone to talk to. I appreciate how weird that sounds coming from a total stranger.
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