The Time I Realized Dad Loved Me

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Every family has its growing pains. Others experience them at different seasons releasing shards of hurt like metal debris that fly around in a war zone. Our parents take those silent shards absorbing them into the spongy love that bounces off from their hearts into a resilient beam of forgiveness. Us kids, though we don’t know at the time silently suffer behind closed doors never revealing the hurtful words that make each other…

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I’m just a writer with a story. I enjoy art, photography, psychology, and travel. You can follow my creative journey at thecreativejourney.substack.com

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