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Where do you seek help/support for a two (or more) person job?

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  • Thu, Jan 31, 2013 - 06:00pm

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    Amanda Witman

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    Where do you seek help/support for a two (or more) person job?

I find that self-sufficiency sometimes lends itself better to a team than a solo explorer.  Even sometimes just lifting something requires a helper.

What do you do when you find yourself in such a situation — needing to lift or move something too heavy for one person, needing an extra pair of hands to steady or assist with a tool or machine? 

Do you have nearby neighbors or friends who are likeminded, or have you figured out innovative ways to handle "2-person" jobs alone?  Or do you have some other kind of network you can call on when you need a hand?  How do you personally gather the support needed for such jobs?

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  • Fri, Mar 14, 2014 - 01:25pm

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    MyBackAchers

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    Hoping it’s been getting better for you

Sudden breakups are not easy. Luckily had a years of seeing the signs and had the mental time before the end of the relationship.

it does get better with time and a good support system of friends and family. You have a lot to offer as a single person with or without kids in the mix. 

In the end, you will be a stronger, smarter and wiser person that your children will respect and love for all you have done.

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