Reply To: Mothers Love that never was

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Thanks Michelle ,

What really gets me is when my Dad was alive I did have his support , my Mom left him because of her spending habits for over a year . I would go and spend the day with him once a week and we became very close . When he first saw me with my hair done  makeup and looking very stylish . He stood up and give me the biggest hug I have ever gotten and the words that follow …I’m very proud of you ! You are a spitting image of your sister Bard . I will always hold this dear to my heart .

When ever I had the chance to get home of the holidays there was rules …no makeup or cloths . And I would follow that so I wouldn’t make others feel uncomfortable around me . My mom always pointed the finger at my Dad which is far from the truth . It was her who had the issues and she lied about it .

It’s very easy for me to cut those chains and not look back . There really isn’t any loss at all . Can’t lose something on which you really never had in the first place . Will I ever forgive her , yes already have . Will I forget her ….No – will always have those memories , but over time they will fade .

 

Alexis Porsche Wassermann

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