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Topic: Worrying

3 posts, 0 answered
  1. MartinaP
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    1 posts
    19 April 2020

    Hi Guys,

    This is very new to me. I never posted anything, on here. I do find it very hard for me to open up. I do worry about the future, if I still have a job when the coronavirus is over. I lost my mother about 18 months ago. so my father is by himself alone, and worrying about him all the time. is he okay his he coping with everything

  2. white knight
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    19 April 2020 in reply to MartinaP

    Hi, Welcome

    I’ll recommend a thread in this topic- use the search bar at the top

    Worry worry worry

    I hope that helps. You can reply on that thread or here

    TonyWK

  3. Daniel0712
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    20 April 2020 in reply to MartinaP

    Hi Martina, I'm sorry to hear about that, I expect many people are in a similar boat to you at the moment. With your job, are you able to expand a little more, have you been given any specific indication that the job might be at risk or if this a general concern because of the unknowns in the economy etc? I hope your father is going ok in the circumstances. It sounds like you're not able to visit him at the moment but is it possible to chat by phone?

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