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My Dad When you are young many events occur in your childhood years such as lessons you learned mistakes you made sports you played places you visited people you met and many more interesting events In your mind the event remains transparent perhaps as if it occurred yesterday Realistically it occurred five or six years ago During my childhood years there is one event that I remember well So well that I remember evem the smallest details that occured When I was about the age of ten my parents decided to separate At my young age I like most typical children at that age I didnt exactly understand the circumstances It was exceptionally difficult to cope with Throughout all the arguments between my parents I recall a few lines of one argument clearly like a bottle of purified drinking water I remember standing outside of my mothers bedroom door that was slightly cracked She was on the telephone with my father and the two of them were arguing As I stood in front of the white wooden door I remember hearing my mother tell my father that I was going to live with her during the separation because he was not my biological father I was ten years old and wasnt sure what biological meant but I had an assumption I could not believe what I had heard my mother say I was overwhelmed with many different emotions and at my young age didnt know how to act upon them For days I was devastated and constantly had thoughts flowing through my mind like water flows through the Mississippi River I remember thinking can this really be true My dad is my dad right Why did my mom say that to my father I had so many unanswered questions and I wanted to seek answers to them but I didnt know how to pursue the task One day I approached my mother and
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