A girl who was once married to my kids uncle told me that my daughters premature birth was my fault, I knew there was a chance she could die and I decided to have her anyway because I was selfish and wanted to trap her dad into staying with me.
I was raised by my maternal grandparents & was upset about something, having a little spat with my grandma & she said, "You better consider yourself lucky girl cuz if your mom woulda kept ya, her pervert husband would have been havin' sex with ya & if your dad had ya, he'd have been having sex with ya too!" (in her angry southern drawl) But that can only be tied with my uncle telling me that I'm just as crazy as my father who shot himself in the head. Yep - my family are pretty much lower than whale-sh*t.
It's easy to let bad situations and beginnings define you, but fortunately many, if not most, don't let them. I was very fortunate to have a great family, but am very aware of those who weren't. Many of my friends would spend all of their time at my house and my folks loved it.
Holy crap that's is unbelievable. I hated to bring up such a sore subject, but I knew I couldn't be the only person who'd been made to feel smaller than the grass under a terd. I'm sad that people are so cruel. The upside to this is that I hope we're all better than that. I know that I am. I've said some mean things in my day but I wouldn't hit below the belt like that.
I believe in the God of the bible, heaven and hell. For that, I got the following comment. If you believe in these things, to be consistent, the person, (who's name I have withheld), would have to apply the same sentiment to you. This is perhaps the meanest thing anyone has directed at me.
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