On the bright side though, we’re living in the internet age, so you’re really never as desolate as you think you might be! And in the big city, people are very very busy, and often don’t have time for each other. I have a great couple to whom I can go for help, but they do lead a busy, hectic life with work, family, church and volunteering, and I’ve had to remind them of my questions that are unanswered in the past.
I was real suprised at the lack of representation of CCL up in Canada when last I looked for a friend. CCL depends a good deal on volunteer teaching couples, so once you’re up and running with it, you may want to look into becoming a teacher yourself. I’ve been thinking about offering to at least be a promoter, as my husband would not be the least interested in teaching with me.
Feel free to PM me if you have any questions. I don’t know a whole lot, but I have the same book you do, and sometimes it helps just to talk things out with someone else who’s practicing STM. Do you have a scanner? Sometimes I scan my charts to a file and e-mail them to my instructors.