A Father’s Day dilemma


For most people, Father’s Day – like Mother’s Day – is a joyous time to celebrate the loving relationship of a parent. Some people who haven’t had lots of positive experiences with their parents as children and/or adults face these occasions with mixed emotions. Some of us hold on to our bitterness and live a life of emotional turmoil, while others of us choose to let go of the past, forgive our parents, and live healthier lives. My dad was my very own Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. When he didn’t drink, he was an independent thinker – extremely intelligent, loving and outgoing. When he did drink, he was mentally and physically abusive. My dad was a man who grew up without his father. Alcohol,…

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