• Happy Now?

    by  • August 29, 2010 • Family Stuff, Grief, Love - Pure and Simple, Parents • 0 Comments

    Dear Dad,
    You know, I don’t think I’ve ever heard an encouraging word from you. Mom tells me she loves me all the time, and even my spiteful sisters do as well when the occasion hits. But never you. Have you realized what that’s done to me over the years. I remember, back when I didn’t notice that you were never encouraging, I was such a lovely person. All humility aside, I was great to get along with. I laughed all the time and was always up for new things. But now that I’ve discovered that you never say you love me, I’ve become someone different. Someone who can’t come out of her shell. Someone who is afraid to open up to those she knows. I don’t have any friends. And that’s not a dramatization. I don’t talk anymore, so people just stopped talking to me. Thank you, for never encouraging me and for letting me feel unworthy and not-deserving of you love. Are you happy now? Unfortunately,
    Samantha

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