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OMG You just dont understand You never listen Id wish you could understand where Im coming from These statements are ones that come from typical arguments that children have with their families arguments that normally stem from either parents that dont understand their children or children who dont understand or appreciate their parents advice or guidance Sometimes I wish that the arguments that I once had with my father we that rudimentary My arguments normally when a little something like this Dad why cant you understand that what you are doing is affecting me Why are you so selfish Where were you when I needed you As you can see the issues that I has with my father were way larger than most of the arguments that other children engage in with their parentsSee growing up I always knew that the relationship between my mother and my father wasnt perfect I mean what relationship is but I could never quite put my finger on what it was that made the two of them like oil and water In my younger years of life I had a very active relationship with my dad it wasnt until I was twelve years old that I discovered that my father the one man that I had ever trusted the one that I though was supposed to be my first knight in shining armor was a cocaine addict I had no idea how my life would have changed after that After my dad told me that he had an addiction he disappeared for about two years and when I finally got in touch with him we had the biggest blow out ever For hours I yelled at him asking him how couldnt understand how his addiction was affecting me it enabled me to do a lot of things that I still cant do today And being that his addiction still had a strong hold on him he just repeated how
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