Hello. I am an active 57 year old living alone but also have a physical and mental disability. I am now living in Manchester,NH where I grew up and my children and grandchildren live. I hate it here. This is the "drug capital of the country" now. All our resources go to drug recovery even though there is a "safe house" where people can do their drugs. I hear sirens every night because people are always over dosing. There are many prople here that want to move. I live alone and want to be more social but there is nothing to do here. All the events cost money and go to drug recovery. People in Manchester are rude and disconneced. I have the chance to move to the Rockland/Camden/ Belfast areas. The populations are small and they are community oriented, tight knit where people tend to help each other out. Maine is a more laid back, less stress environment. Living on disability, I have a very tight budget and presently have no car. Maine's cost of living is lower and I can get an apartment for less than my Manchester apartment with all utilities included right by the ocean coastline. With the cost of living lower I most likely could afford a car. My question is: Would I regret moving away from my grandchildren (even though I only see them once or twice a month because my kids are always busy). I would be a 4 hour drive away. I hope to be able to get involved with community activities instead of sitting home feeling lonely and bored. I want to be outside and active and maybe even find a significant other someday. My kids tell me "I will only bring my problems with me." I also work at Hannafords and most likely can trsnsfer to Hannafords in Maine. Thank you for your input.