Well that was a waste of time.

I wasn’t sure about the flat. I am definitely not interested now. They had decorated and re-carpeted it but I still wasn’t impressed. I’m sure one of the others that visited will be interested. I just saw the damage from that type of heating that made me not want to take it on. I’ve been burnt by those things previously and lived with it for over 2 years before I moved due to circumstances. I had stopped using the storage heating by that point and it was causing mould, which wasn’t the best idea when I got pregnant. I still don’t particularly want to live in this area but the benefit situation gives me no choice. I will be migrated onto universal credit which causes issues for all claimants.

I’m probably going to end up eventually being migrated onto it anyway but that is when I can move area etc as it will be smoother. That is also the ongoing argument between myself and a relative. I’m not happy here. I will never be happy here and neither is my relative isn’t either, yet they won’t move. I don’t want to live here but I’m stuck. They have the money to move but don’t move. I’d have to save for at least 5 years to be able to move away from the area that I grew up in. I now don’t have that time now that my current landlord wants to sell. I failed half way through saving money due to addiction kicking off and I over spent a lot. That’s what happens when my disability issues aren’t supported properly. That will never happen living in this area because the services won’t give me what I should be entitled to and have failed me several times.

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