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A few years ago a man who spent every Sunday at church decided that his terminally ill wife was no longer enough for him and that he needed to have a girlfriend on the side to be happy To top it off he thought that the perfect place to find his new girlfriend would be his sons Boy Scout troop Despite his children fighting for him he chose his girlfriend over his family The church-going man decided that he should do the morally wrong thing just so that he could be happy The man Im speaking of is my fatherMy father had decided to marry my now ex-stepmother despite his childrens warnings and her numerous medical issues When she took a turn for the worse he thought that it was the perfect time to set up his next relationship He would give her sleeping pills at night and then leave to visit his girlfriend Eventuallywe kids caught on to his new life All four of us were devastated but I think that it hit me a little harder since I am the youngest and would have to depend on him the longest My father thought that since he was happy everything that he was doing was perfectly fine I on the other hand saw his immoral decisions and was disgustedI had to visit my father every weekend and pretend like nothing was wrong I had to watch him text his girlfriend while sitting at the dinner table having a conversation with my then-stepmother I would stay up and catch him sneaking off to his girlfriends house in the middle of the nightI fought with him any time that my stepmother wasnt around The whole situation was very stressful and taught me how cheating can effect a family My father had always taughtme that cheating was wrong and that one should do the morally right thing despite personal feelings He however did not listen to
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