A farewell to my past life- towards something new


#143

Hey mate,

I know the feeling. I’ve been in a similar situation before, and it’s one of the toughest things to handle. I literally thought my life was over. In the end, the whole experience made me stronger BECAUSE of it.

One thing that kept me together is to keep repeating myself that “it can ONLY get better now. No way I’m letting this grind me down.”.

Your wife and kids will understand. They’ll never blame you for trying.


#144

@komemiute This is so sad to hear!
Someone as friendly, talented and helpful as you deserves better! I am sure you will find whatever job you want, as you seem to have the right hard skills, social skills and mindset to achieve whatever you want.

Keep it up!


#145

If anyone happens to have a couple of free fingers, Thursday 24th January at noon… Please cross them. :wink:


#146

On it :ok_hand:


#147

Crossing fingers. Let me know when I can uncross them… it’s starting to hurt a little.


#148

In Sweden we hold our thumbs, for luck… :
It’s a way of crossing fingers as well, as at least three fingers overlap the thumb.
I think this works best for me, if it’s ok with you?


#149

I’m so confused…

Is that it?


#150

:laughing:
I love you all guys.

@Troll yes, that’ll totally work. :wink:


#151

Yes!
Sure you’re not Swedish…? :thinking:


#152

Same here, Germany as well.


#153

tytpong is rptyety hrad wtith croseeds fuinggers thougsh

(good luck @komemiute!)


#154

Well, just goes to show… Clever people think alike. :wink:


#155

I would forfeit my Austrian citizenship were i ever to say something nice about a German person. :wink:


#156

Boooooo! :smiley: :smiley:


#157

Relax, that joke is more on the expense of us Austrians than you know. :wink:


#158

Yeah I know. Hence the two smiles.


#159

Dutch guy looking very warily at this budding Austria Germany bromance…


#160

You got this Kome


#161

Good luck, man!


#162

Good luck @komemiute.