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Sometime Daughter by Melanie Dugan - FictionDB
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Parents reveal why they secretly hate their own children
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I feel like they've trapped me in a life that I never wanted. I can't remember the last time I was happy. I really resent and am starting to hate my kids. I'm thinking of sending them to their father so I never see them again. They don't seem to appreciate how good they have it.
Sometimes I hate my son. Since the divorce he goes out of his way to rebel against me in favour of his dad. The harder I try to fight the more hopeless I feel. Have I failed? Sometimes I hate my kids. They ruined my relationship with their father. Things were going so great before they came along. I secretly hate my children, they bring me nothing but torment. It scares me that I could run away and be perfectly okay with leaving them behind.
I hate my son. He is selfish, lazy, and blames me for him not being successful but isn't willing to try at anything. I can't wait for him to move out. If feel guilty for feeling this way. HT Whisper. Anyone can post in open comments.
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