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[Nov. 1st, 2006|04:46 pm]
shedding
I think, not in a self-satisfied or boastful way, a lot my family's self-identity is based on the understanding and perception that my ideal parents have rasied ideal children. Such has been related to me many times and such has also been something I have/still maybe do prescribe to. So what happens to this identity if I'm now thinking that my ideal parents, in a situation that would admittedly be difficult for any parents, made a mistake that has negatively affected my life for the last 14 years? A far-reaching, fucking huge mistake. Do I want them to know that I think that? Do I want them to think that way themselves? Would I be hurting them if I tell them? Will I end up hurting them by not expressing this? Will it make any difference?
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