I realise that the title of this thread reads something like a personal ad, but it was the most accurate description I could think of for what I need to write about. I could go on forever, and if you need/want more info, I'm certainly happy to supply it. But for now I'll summarize my situation like this: 1) £5000 in debt 2) Living in Italian Alps with Danish friend (girl) scraping a living as a freelance ski/snowboard photographer. 3) That finishes in 6 weeks ish. 4) No plan for after that. 5) Don't really wanna return to the UK, but need to clear the debt. 6) Cornish, so job prospects are shash. 7) My Danish friend is loaded and living together has made me realise that although we're really close, we see things totally differently and want different things. 8) I have no education and every job I've ever had (I've worked 11 jobs over 12/13 years) I've got by blagging it. I've worked in sales, telecomms, tourism, banking & overseas. Basically, I'm always on the outside looking in. I feel like a mild case of Dr. House, or Sherlock Holmes. People who see everything, know how people work and are intelligent, but struggle to actually make friends or have normal relationships themselves. I'm not as intelligent as those guys, or as socially inept. But definitely in that sort of area. Just wondering if anybody else has experienced this, and/or suggestions for what I could be doing to try to change it. I keep starting a new job/experience/relationship thinking it'll be different from all the other times and whilst it usually is for a while, over time the same old patterns return and I realise that the same stuff is happening with just a slight variation on a theme. Random one, I know. Thoughts?