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this column. I try to stay upbeat in life. I find (where possible) when you’re going through a crisis a positive attitude helps.

Still as optimistic as I am, and honest as I try to be here, there are things I’m struggling with that I also struggle to write about.When I started this column – having left my fiancé, lost my job and left ­London on a journey that took me to Land’s End – I felt I was hurtling through a midlife crisis unique to me.

But as the pandemic has unfolded and I’ve written here about my journey – and read what you’ve written back to me – I’ve come to understand how many other people are enduring similar experiences.I have lost count of the friends who lost their jobs during the pandemic.

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