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Yelling and screaming is all I could hear from my bedroom door I was terrified to step outside and see the reason As soon as I cracked my door open I saw luggage being carried to the front door My eyes were instantly shut in to the luggage across the floors I shed no tears and felt little just a sense of speechlessness Having no clue what happened I only expected the worst Someone was leaving unexpectedly As I looked towards my sister and mother I saw tears rolling down their pink cheeks I didnt have the courage to ask what had happened Everything began falling in place in my mind I realized that he my father was leaving I didnt realize that it was happening until he said goodbye to us Was he coming back Where did he go Questions began roaming so quickly through my head I barely had time to thinkAfter two years of his unexpected disappearance I figured out the answers to some questions I had I was only 17 years old at the time when my father decided to leave us for another family Its a childs worst nightmare knowing that your parents will no longer be together The separation part was what tore us all apart It was the hardest challenge I have ever confronted Being a teenager I didnt know how to cope with the situation As my sister and mother told me the whole story many feelings ran through my body Angry hurt disappointed depressed confused lonely terrified and most importantly a sense of worthlessness are ways to describe how I felt I believed we were nothing to him that he had the urge to replace us with people he believed were worth his time I also believe that he had made the biggest mistake of his life I have fought my feelings for two years and still continued to do so The pain I felt
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