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  1. Thank you all so much for your help. I really do appreciate . Mg7
  2. @BankFodderThank you so much for your words. Thank you so much dx. I was thinking going back home for good. But the problem is my daughter still at Uni last year. How long normally takes for the police to came to my house? No way I will be doing this again. The way I’m feeling now. stealing doesn’t pay what I’m going through right now , it’s really hard. I wish I could have learned the first time. thank you for your help. @honeybee13 I do agree with you. How sad I am right now . I wish I could go back. Mg7
  3. Hello dx , I’m sorry I didn’t reply to you. it wasn’t intentional .Answering to your question I’ve been there a few times. pls if you can help me I really appreciate .
  4. 3 please Yes I will get help with my gp. I really do appreciate that you are trying to help me. After the first incident, for a long period I didn’t go there but then I started again because I lost my job. I’m desperate please I need your help . I don’t know how I’m going to tell my husband . Please I need your help. please help me. mg
  5. Thank you for your quick response. Now i learned my lesson I don’t want to go to supermarket anymore.
  6. Hello can i get some advice,I was caught twice from Waitrose from different store. Both times I gave my details they didn’t call the police. First time was 5 years ago. I’ve been shoplifting a few times at Waitrose. This happen last week. Will the police will came and arrest me? The value was under £30. Now that I’ve been caught for the second time I feel so ashamed, and embarrassed, I can’t sleep, I’m so nervous, I’m shaking all the time, I feel so bad. I really don’t want to go to any supermarket anymore. because I’m scared I would do the same.
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