I think you've hit the nail on the head with your view of me! Thank you I needed a good laugh
Anyway back to your last few "points" some of them don't quite make sense to me, if you are living on social welfare and up until recently your child was in school, what was stopping you from forming friendships during those morning hours, it's not societies fault that you aren't doing anything to improve your situation, it is your own, once you realise that and start taking steps to do something about it, then perhaps you will find that not all of us are, cold, cynical, people who are only out for what we can get.
Oh as for the fuel, if you are on social welfare, you can get a fuel allowance, if you were not aware of that, you should look into it. there is NO reason that anyone in Ireland should do without fuel.
life is not what you make it our experience is predefined and constrained by the social structures put in place by the powers that be. accepted norms and values. life is what you make of it? really the attitiude of a bigot! prior to 1993 and the legalization of homseuality or 1973 and the right for married women to work how much free will and life is what you make it kind of satisfaction did they have...
This went over my head, I'm not quite sure what your point is. So take a deep breath, back away from the keyboard for a few seconds and try again.