I don't want my dad. I don't care about him at all. I want him dead
Im sorry to hear that i never really. Took the time to get to know mine when i had the chance he didn't do anything wrong.. i guess growing up with out him. In my life. I dont know its hard to explaini dont hate. Anybody what ever happen it happen. But happen between. Him and my mom. For me i jut new that when i had kids i would always be in there lifes im sorry about the pain you carry inside everyday I hope one day you can release it and be free from it
I was 2. So I was too young to understand it because I didn't know about it LOL but when I was five my cousins came to see us from California and I'll never forget that morning came into my room to wake me up and told me that my step dad was not my real dad that my mom has been a lot of boyfriends lol of course I cried and went and told my mom and dad but my cousin was saying so then they told me the truth and from that day on I was pissed off and as I was on the search for my real dad and then when I was 10 they got a divorce and my step dad told me I was down the man of the house what you should never do and my mom is my brothers and sister we moved away and it was until I was 27th until I got to meet my real father
The thing that I noticed at 11 and 12 was my step dad's and my mom they would try to pull us or persuade us to live with them by talking crap about the other and I'm glad I noticed it it was smart enough to understand what was going on through the manipulation of hurting the other
Omg... I'm so sorry
thanks. some days are easier than others.
I know how that is...
Sounds like a good guy.
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It was really rocky for my mom and I
I totally feel fam
Yeah. Do you like your mom or dad better?
That's hard to say.. I liked staying with my dad better, just because of conditions, so I pretty much stoped staying at my mom's all together eventually. But I can't say I love her any less
Nice. I hate my dad
My dad never respected the courts visitation contract
Ugh that sucks I'm so sorry ❤
Why it was awful. He was verbally and emotionally abusive
Alright, so I guess good thing he wasn't around
Yeah... he would still call and shit tho
What was it like when they first got divorce?
as child in that time all I was thinking about is playing so I didn't realize there's something wrong till I became a teenager
Oh... see I was in third grade when I realized how much of an ass my dad was and how abusive he really was
Actually I lived with each one of them separately I can't say it was a good experiment as you know there's advantages and disadvantages for any child with divorced parents. Thanks to God that we're still alive and still there's a future waiting for us gonna change any worse moment.
That's so true
That's not too bad
Same here. Do you remember anything from that age? For the life of me I can't find a memory of my parents actually being together
I can't remember anything from when they were together, I mainly just remember bouncing from their houses and both my grandparents' homes since my dad was a truck driver at the time and my mom worked three jobs. They've never been hostile towards one another which is nice
You're very lucky that they aren't hostile and can be civil with each other. My mom will badmouth my dad every chance she gets lol. Yeah the bouncing around part I guess is normal in divorces. Sorry to hear both your parents Weren't around a lot. I'm sure that's tough
Well on the bright side I know it was to be able to support my sister and I. We never minded, we were always surrounded by love
That's a great thing 😊
6 seems to be like an uncommon age for when parents get divorced
Im not looking for condolences just wondering
Was it a bad one or was it smooth?
It was pretty smooth, apparently they were separated a while before that. My life didn't change much, everything was basically the same for me.
How old were you?
Damn. Do you remember much?
I remember a loving relationship devolving to screaming and blows. My mother causing my father to become violent and hit her in an attempt to play victim so she could play the battered housewife to live off the system.When that didn't work she found my stepfather, convinced him to violate the court order allowing my father custody of me, and moved my life to Washington.Then when I was 11 they divorced. At 13 my mother's abuse reached it's climax, having medicated me and emotionally abused me the whole time I was living with her. I left and ended up living with my step parents until I was 19, a month and a half after I graduated high school I joined the Navy.
I'm so sorry.
Your mom and mine sound like the same person. My dad stayed around for us kids and when I was 17 he moved out which was the best thing. Shortly after they separated my mom started to try to kill herself blaming my dad to get attention always playing the victim. Not long after he moved out my sister and I moved in with him. I found out in a few years later a lot of the stuff that my dad "did" to my mom when I was little was a lie.
@jenew87 Yeah, same here. My mother has a poison tongue. Narcissists are scary people.
And it was my dad who was the asshole
@Leekenz I was replying to the original comment by @Wwwyzzerdd. Ya my mom is a narcissist, sociopath, bipolar and pathological liar great combo right?