After 10 1/2 great months, I broke up with my boyfriend. I was ready for a more serious relationship and he wasn't. We ended on OK terms, and may stay friends if I can bear it, but my problem is that I have absolutely no family or friends. I'm attractive, funny, intelligent, but just have had bad luck. So not only am I missing him A LOT, I am also missing the fun we've had. I know I need to "get a life" and get out and meet people, which I am currently working on by joining a group of board game players, and looking for other opportunites as well, but I have three kids and my free time is very limited. I'm also thinking about getting a second job, both to meet people and for the extra income. With Easter coming up, I will see my kids in the morning but will be alone the rest of the day. My ex's parents invited me multiple times to spend the day with them, but as my ex and his wife will be there and they despise the fact that I am still close to his parents, I chose not to attend. Does anyone have ANY suggestions for me? I know I'll never find a replacement family, but really need some sort of support, especially in times like these. After I broke up with my BF, I had no one I could call. The closest thing I have to friends is two old coworkers I email a lot during the day, but they are younger and have their own lives.
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