posted on Dec, 28 2016 @ 05:42 AM
a reply to: seagull
It's okay gullman. Just another roller coaster ride. Appreciate your input. I'm active in protecting my daughter but have to weigh up the result
if I go all out and disregard the other children and my wife.
None of my children are spoiled kids and I'm not caving into her needs so she can do what she wants' She knows what she is doing is wrong but now the
lady can't help herself and her reaction to this is taking her frustrations out on everyone else.
I have questions to answer particularly from her siblings now who, while the older ones are mature, do not understand the effects of substances. I
cop a bit of "Yeah, but dad!" after trying to explain this, But perhaps this is a great learning for them. They are all good children, with jobs,
with no problems at school or work. My daughter is the exception. I am learning too through this.
I accept the consequences of if, it, goes too far. The situation has gone beyond our influence. Somewhere, out there, there is another person
pulling the strings. Sure, if I find this person, I would do what any dad would do to protect their young ladies. But getting the right person is a
battle. I've met lots of losers in this effort.
For example, one young man I fronted was okay, really, straight but my emotions got the better of me and I said, in a pissed off tone, "Go near my
daughter and I'll rip yer face off, stuff it up yer ar@s and you'll be looking at yer intestines stupid". Here, I am wrong. Wrong guy, poor timing
but I let those emotions get away with me over this issue I've posted here. Sorry but I gotta get it right. So I'll wait, but if I do find the
>stupid a hole> who put my young girl in this position I can't say what I would do but it wouldn't be nice.
Think I've said enough Jonathon. Just upset mate.
Thanks for your concern,