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Why Me? Here is a safe space to let it all out, where you can rant about all the bad things life throws your way. Sometimes it just helps to ask "why me?"

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Why? - March 31st 2016, 04:58 PM

What gives him the right to live on his high horse? He's terrible and I cannot stand what he's doing to me and my little sister. He needs help - it's like I'm walking on egg shells all of the time with him, and it's not good! NOT GOOD! No wonder I developed problems later in life, and my sister is walking down the same path and I do not want her to I wish I could change him, but I can't. Why must he do this to us? He's a great dad, don't get me wrong, his heart is in the right place, but he just doesn't seem to be able to get over his issues, and it's just messing with my well being.

I've tried sitting down and talking to him, he's fine for a month or so, then he goes right back to doing it. I suggest that he go see someone for his issues and yet he doesn't.

He insists on going to therapy with me and goes but I cannot confess anything private with him there. My therapist told him that it wasn't conducive to my therapy to be there, and he hasn't been lately but we'll see if that changes, like it changes after I speak with him after a month.

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Re: Why? - March 31st 2016, 05:04 PM

Hey there. I'm really sorry that you are going through a rough time, and I'm sorry your sister is going through this as well. I hope that one day your Father will realize that he does need to seek some assistance. And I hope that you're able to move forward with your therapy without him showing up to your sessions.

I'm always here if you need to talk, and I wish you and your sister all the best. I'll keep you guys in my thoughts. Much love, and take care.


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