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#377208 - 11/29/11 01:57 AM Re: Wow! Its not my imagination [Re: Disappointed]
Still Offline

Registered: 02/16/07
Posts: 7011
Loc: FEMA Region 1
Many years ago, when my son was about 4, my ex got to see what I lived through. Since I live through it...was raised in it, I never even noticed it.

He was out in the yard with my son teaching him something or other. My son, who is off-the-charts bright, did not quite "get" what his grandfather was trying to teach him, or he was trying to figure out the deeper principals at work. My father said "come aren't to bright are ya?" I use to hear that ALL THE FKG TIME. I was not there, but my wife was. Rightly, she shit a brick and set his shit straight.

He use to tell us to "go play in traffic."

OMG...I just love reminiscing...good times.

The nightmare, mad-dog beating/terror sessions were like watching The Excorsist on acid...and I am NOT kidding.

#377209 - 11/29/11 02:01 AM Re: Wow! Its not my imagination [Re: Still]
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Registered: 08/11/09
Posts: 541
Loc: U.S.A.
That's my point, Robbie. After I grieved the lack of a good, decent father, I wouldn't pine after that heartless bastard's attention.

He's never deserved it. He should be kneeling on the floor in front of you, begging your forgiveness.

My Dad NEVER beat me. Not once. Not ever. I was his rare and precious gem. He always listened to me and encouraged me, and took my ideas seriously.

That's what you deserved, Robbie. He's dirt under your feet.



#377333 - 11/29/11 11:22 PM Re: Wow! Its not my imagination [Re: Disappointed]
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Registered: 01/05/11
Posts: 128
Loc: VA
Robbie, please stay strong for your kids. You seem like a great person, trying to heal and recover and it's heartbreaking to read how you are rejected.

When we have abusive parents (in the broadest sense) I found it best to try to let go of it, meaning stop expecting anything of them. Mine haven't been the best parents, and ever since I stopped expecting anything of them it's better, more bearable and I'm less resentful.No, I didn't come up with this by myself. It's the result of 3 years in therapy with a great therapist.

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