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@Adee--your father?

June 30 2012 at 6:00 AM
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I've been thinking about you, Adee. Anything new with your father's situation? I hope you'll keep us posted. I'll be looking for an update, if any.

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Adee
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Hi wcl

July 1 2012, 2:38 PM 



    
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You are a good daughter

July 2 2012, 6:36 AM 

What you do (and put up with) is incredible, Adee. And not much appreciation in return, it seems.

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Re: You are a good daughter

July 2 2012, 2:26 PM 

I do it with love.

I'm just glad to be able to help
At least that


Joy and celebrations,

Adee

 
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keiki's makuahine
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somewhere (abortion ment.)

July 3 2012, 5:47 PM 

I think somewhere in their hearts, they must appreciate what you do for them, and if not now, then in another dimension. (((hugs)))

I know some parents can be very cruel. My therapist is the youngest of 9, and her mother has often told her that when she learned she was pg, she wanted an abortion, but the dr said she'd already had too many abortions, and her uterus wouldn't tolerate any more. She did not say this in a kind way, like "tg I didn't have an abortion." It was more like, "You weren't meant to be."

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Adee
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Oh no! that is awful!

July 4 2012, 2:35 AM 

My parents do love us both. They had really hard time in having us (IF).
I think it's just their direct and non-tactful way that they express the things that frustrate them (like me getting fat and my dad's inability to handle thing independently).


Joy and celebrations,

Adee

 
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