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Unhappy My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 04:58 AM

Yesterday my dad left the house for some reason, him and my brother were arguing a little bit before he left. He didn't say anything he just got in his car and sped off. I don't really know what to do. Will he come back?
   
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Re: My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 09:13 AM

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I am very sorry to hear that. I have one suggestion you could use. Try calling him on the phone and see if he responds. Men get angry and lose it at times and I am sure that is one of these cases.

Call him and say how much you love him, and although I cannot say for sure I am convinced that he will come back

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Re: My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 10:15 AM

I'm sorry that you are going through this and feeling so worried to have that question in the first place.

I can't answer that question but I do know that sometimes people (even parents) get really upset and they need to take a breather. To just take time alone and clear their head, you know? He might have gone for a simple drive and stayed somewhere temporarily to clear his thoughts and calm down.

Is there a way you can get into contact with him? Can you call or text him? If possible, let him know you're worried and that you love him and want him to come home. He might need to realize he's needed and cared for and letting him know that can't hurt the situation.

Again, I'm sorry this happened in the first place. I sincerely hope he comes back home. Either way, you are welcome to seek support here at TeenHelp (welcome to the site by the way) and if you don't mind, could you keep us updated? Take care and hang in there.
   
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Re: My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 12:48 PM

Thank you guys for replying. I called him a little bit ago and he said that he will be back tomorrow and hasn't left forever. I really hope he comes back.
   
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Re: My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 03:18 PM

My dad used to do this a lot and I used to panic too. Him and my mum always used to argue and he would go and chill somewhere and then come back a couple of days later when things had calmed down.
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Re: My dad left the house - October 19th 2015, 07:22 PM

Hey there,

Maybe something else was troubling your dad other than the argument he had with your brother. As people have suggested maybe you could try to call him. It could be a case of him just needing a little time to himself and once he has had his space he will come home. Your dad might just need a little alone time and things may have got to him a little. Be patient and I'm sure he'll be home soon.

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Re: My dad left the house - October 20th 2015, 01:39 AM

Hi there,

Welcome to TeenHelp!!
I am very glad that you were able to get in contact with your father. It can be worrisome when parents do this but as was mentioned previously they need a break too and it is sometimes the best option for a person to walk away from a situation and return with a clear mind about it.
It appears that this situation has been resolved so I am going to close this thread.
I am also moving it to the family and friends forum because I believe your thread would be a better fit for that location.
If you have any questions you are welcome to send me a private message.
Take care and I hope that TeenHelp can be of more help to you in the future.
   
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