I dread it...I hate it.... I resent it!
Because it is an excuse for people to party, drink, drive , kill themselves and leave their kids with out their parent.
my dad partied this weekend on this very day 30 yrs ago and the pain and anger is still there. He drove off a cliff and because of this I grew up without ever knowing what it means to have 2 parents.
This is one weekend where I have always felt nothing but hostility for. Sorry. The pain will never go away.
Please do not drink and drive...your kids need you
Asked by Anonymous at 11:58 PM on May. 27, 2012 in Relationships
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So sorry for your loss. I know the pain of losing a loved one to a drunk driver. Earning that life-time membership to MADD is not something anyone should strive for. My boys' father also died of an accidental OD, so I understand your range of emotions. Something so tragic, yet so preventable. It's a combination of being angry at them for doing something so stupid & for robbing you of the life you imagined w/ them in it. I hope you have picture, memento's & many fond memories to find comfort in as you grieve. **Hugs**
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