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Old 14th November 2014, 6:59 PM   #1
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Thumbs down Should I move out of my flat and give up my support eternally?

Well, you see - I cannot return to my flat until in December, provided the judge lets me go back. The two women I was talking about in my other threads are NEVER going to be supporting me again, then so what is the purpose (other than having a roof over my head), in living at the supported accommodation after all the crap that has ruined my life? Those ladies ain't gonna support my ass again, ever. Furthermore, I fell out with the company as a whole after protesting about their absence. I was moaning about it to death with this Cathy person who is the assistant boss of the agency and no-one cares. People on Facebook never respond, bar maybe one.

My relationship with Autism Initiatives has broken down. There was a lot of lying done when the ladies were removed from my support team. My mother even warned me years ago that if I moved there, they would have rules about every little thing you wanted to do, like bring hookers around for sex or own a pet. They've since uplifted that rule about pets, probably so not to be accused of favoring two women that were owning cats.

I realize my actions were inappropriate, but why not just let bloody bygones be bygones and gimme a fair go for once in their damned lives? My life did not have to be ruined like this provided they had just come back months ago after I messed up. We could have recovered from this drama. You should not judge a person over some silly misguided antics they never meant, or just did not understand what caused the issue to begin with.

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Old 14th November 2014, 9:35 PM   #2
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If you're not going to let them help you and only going to insist on using their staff for girlfriends, then you may as well move out if you can afford it and think you can keep from getting kicked out of public housing. Clearly, you aren't there for the right reasons if you're leaving because they won't force their ladies to care for you once you've crossed the line with them. It's not a brothel. It's not their job to get personal with you.
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Old 15th November 2014, 9:41 AM   #3
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What you don't get is, it is independent living so I do not have to go through with my shifts, and all I did was send a few daft text messages to start off with which they overreacted to. Hookers have nothing to do with these two workers and all to do with me wanting a good shag. I still say their seniors did not handle things well when they dropped the women but then continued to spout more lies. We could have all sat down and had a chat.
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