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I'm so sorry to hear about your situation. You mention that you're having trouble connecting with your co workers and what I did when I was in that situation was to invite one or two people over for tea. They met my cat and ate my botched bake goods This helped a lot. I left that community because of the lure of a new community. I still miss them, but I would never go back.
The difference between that and the current situation is that staying is not appealing at all. I want to leave. Too many to list. I definitely think making a pro/con list is something to think about.
I also understand the feeling of not wanting to leave because you don't want to seem like a flake, that's one of the reasons why I'm still in my current situation, but in the end it's our choice and we should do what's best for us.
Thanks so much for sharing your story and responding has helped me. I wish you the best of luck, Marian
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