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1alwaysdreaming 1alwaysdreaming 18-21, F 21 Answers Dec 16, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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Basically a suicidal one... 😓

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A lousy one.



Abusive parents. Mom emotionally tortured us boys, and Dad beat us.

Constantly bullied at school. Was too small to defend myself.



Hated it all.

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This ^^^

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oh no :( *hugs*

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Awwww,...thanks 1alwaysdreaiming. *hugs*

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Single mother raising three kids. We didn't alway have the best at home, but we did have each other and that meant more to me than all the money in the world. Thanks mom. :)

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full of fun......

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It was..

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A pretty ****** one, raped, abused, outcasted, hated, lonely

Sucks cuz im not even done yet (technically)

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Home life fantastic, couldn't have been better. Primary school fine, high school sucked big time!

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To most, I'm still a child since I'm 14, but really, I never had an actual childhood. :(

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Naughty yet a happy one

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A lonely one

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still living it

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Sometimes, especially when I'm down in the dumps, I think my childhood was harsh. But when I think about it, there was a lot of good too. My family always had enough money. My parents, while far from perfect, were decent. Yes, I faced some harsh things. But there was too much that blessed me to label my childhood as bad.

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The folks did the best they could with what they knew...which was basically nothing.

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Oh dang..:(

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Oh no it's ok. I got "someone" watching out over me lol =)

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shhh....top secret. you gotta buy me dinner first before we talk about that lol

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I was always playing sports

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A small house with 6 siblings..not normal im guessin

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terrible running and hiding from bullies

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the normal

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Your assuming that I have grown up yet?

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lol

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Idyllic.

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