The Prince & The Pauper

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2 Responses to “The Prince & The Pauper”

  1. WitchstrysYves says: |

    if you haven’t already, you know Melissa is right…. you need to let your dad know…. he may be sittign there thinking a similar thing, that you are juust not interested in family stuff etc… My husband recently watched a video his dad made for him before he died, its been years and he watched it for the first time with me…. he always told me how he never really had a good relationship with his dad, his dad never really spoke to him, he always felt like the black sheep of the family… turns out in that video his dad spoke about how he is the son most like himself, he saw much of himself in his son, and how it made him sad that they never sat down and communicated…. and here is my husband thinking his dad never wanted to communicate with him… and well its too late now in this lifetime… don’t let it be too late in yours with only regrets and i should haves….

    blessings

    Yves**~

  2. Sandy says: |

    I feel your pain. My father was almost non existent in my life and I’m pretty sure he was ashamed of me because I wasn’t thin or beautiful. He never missed an opportunity to disappoint me. Unfortunately , he died before I was ever able to confront him. He has left me with life long scars. But on the upside, I married a man that is the total opposite of my father and he has been the best father to our children and the best husband and friend to me that I could have ever hoped for. To this day I am mad that I never got to resolve my issues with my father. I’m working on letting that part of my life go, because this part of my life is so wonderful.
    Sandy

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