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That day at the Pizza Hut table sitting along with my family eating lunch turned out to be the turning point of my life Before this brief moment I thought I was on top of the world nothing could touch me and my perfect family The world changed though with those five words words that many kids must face those heart grinding words We are getting a divorce Soon after that day things seemed to go very downhill for me I didnt know what was going on There was so much change so much chaos Although my parents never physically fought and I never heard them raise their voices at each other I felt trapped between the tension of the two Any negative feelings that one parent had for the other was pushed at me as if I was the one that should take it I did take it though and although it hurt me at the time it has caused a great maturation in myself and I can now console others because of my experience with my parents Many years later now the present my father and mother are remarried to two other very loving My father married soon after the divorce His wife brought into the family three other children At first I hated these three along with my step-mother They are great people to me now but at the time the situation made me dislike them very much My mother on the other hand waited a while to remarry My step-father has no children which makes this family a much different environment than my fathers house a lot less children The hardest part of going through the divorce was dealing with the change of situation especially with not knowing that there was anything wrong to Bam Divorce Now that I have experienced it I would not change anything for the world Although it will never be as great as when my
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