My step dad can f****** die

Wow this actually all relatable my stepdad came in to my life when I was 8 years old, I am 17 bout to be 18 for the 10 years my mom had been with him , he'll scream and punish me for stupid s*** , my mom will just watch and let him dad me around. NOT EVEN MY DAD TREATED ME LIKE THAT. My brother was 4 at the time, and he'll try to dad him around and scream at him , and punish him too , my brother eventually grew up to be scared of him. Over the years, I started to be very rebellious, in my middle school years , is when he'll try to put his hands around me , by choking me or yoking me and even slap me . He thought of my way growing up I needed something more. One day I was fed up with the bullshit , and knowing my real dad is very protective with his kids btw which has been living in newyork , while we're in Miami, I told him that he had slapped me. MY DAD WANTED MY STEP DADS THROAT... I am gay , and my dad isn't very accepting of that , so instead of confessing that he slapped me and being a man about, he told my dad I was gay... while subject switched up ! I hate my stepdad so much , my life is a living s*** because of him , and he just cheats on my mom and talks to her bad she makes moneyyyy and he doesn't I don't understand what it is really !

Sep 11, 2017

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  • Oh great, another petulant Child Of Divorce (TM) who's bitter about a step-parent. So you had to resort to lying to daddy and making it a point to mention being gay. So much pointless drama because Stepdaddy doesn't let you get away with anything your entitled little heart desires. TFB, betch

  • I'm sorry you're having to deal with all this and at such a young age. Unfortunately, you've been able (forced) to see that not all grownups are actually fully grown up. We want our children to learn from proper, positive models and examples, but you've not had that chance: your lessons have come from the negative side of things. Believe it or not, though, that will inure to your benefit in the long term, because you will have seen what NOT to do, if and when you have a partner and/or children, or just in dealing with other people. You've been incredibly strong and resilient so far, and you only have a little while longer before you are living out in the world on your own, subject to your own instincts and keeping your own counsel. Stay strong. Be well.

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