When I left London escorts I was not sure what I wanted to do. Helping others to sort out their relationships had been a big part of my work at London escorts, and over the years, it had become an important part of my life. Most girls who have left charlotte London escorts have struggled to find a second career, but I am pleased to say that I have not really had that problem.
It took a little while to complete my training as I wanted to focus on teens and help them to have healthy relationships with their friends. During my teens I had been bullied at school. I was kind of this tall thin girl who eventually grew into a swan, but my teenage years had not been easy at all. They had been hard, and it was not until I got to London escorts, I finally got into my stride. You can say that my London escorts career did me a lot of good.
These days, I have nothing to do with London escorts at all. Instead I work for a couple of London schools as a career and guidance counsellor. I love helping teens to sort out their lives and make the most out of their future. I find that if you help them so sort out all of the emotional clutter in their lives, you help them in other ways as well. It is nice and I wish that someone would have helped me in that sort of way before I joined London escorts.
My partner is a guy I met during my time at London escorts. He had split up from his wife and was going through a rough patch in his life. I sorted him out and now we are living together. I think he is a bit taken back that I have become a relationship counsellor but he seemed to enjoy my career. We have a very good relationship and our two kids are growing up in a safe and secure environment. They know they are loved, and I would not have it any other way.
My life today is a long way from London escorts. It is all about supporting each other and enjoying life. I get a real kick out of my job, and not a day goes by without me looking forward to going into work. Kids are amazing and if you are open and honest with them, they grow into happy adults. That is not something all parents find easy to do, and I like to think that I have some part to play. All of the kids I work with are loved by me, and if a teen has a problem, I make sure that they know they can come to me for a chat and a cuddle. I am not their mom, but I am that rather bossy auntie who loves to help her extended family out when she is needed. That is how I think about my counselling job.