Looking back at it as an adult I now see that the majority of it was for my father, who liked to travel, but really did not like to work. My mother worked like a dog the majority of her whole life, while I feel he did what he liked to do ( and not much of what he didnt) Now he says that was all for us kids etc etc. Some of the things were but alot of it I hate to say it is like someone telling me they pooped their pants ( I REALLY COULD HAVE LIVED WITHOUT THAT) how do you explain that in a politically correct manner(to myather what I feel) or should i even bother? I know its a bold faced lie. Furthermore the biggest and most expensive trips my mother never went on. He ( my father) went alone just taking one of us kids.
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I'm at the point where I will tell people how I feel. I try not to hurt feelings, but there comes a time when the truth needs to come out. This will help you get over it. The next time he brings it up, just simply say what you have said here. He may get offensive, but that's no surprise. He has had many years to talk himself into believing that he went on the those trips to make people happy. But I think it is time to just say your honest opinion. Good luck.
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