By admin | March 29, 2011
I am just seventeen years old, but I felt like I am five years matured than my actual age. I am a product of a broken family wherein I was also separated from my other siblings. We were four, two girls were in my mother’s house while me and my younger brother stayed at my father’s. I had a stepmom, who I am living with presently, and a stepdad who lived with my mom. Our situation is such a disappointing one! I promised to myself that if ever I got a family of my own, I will never leave my children nor hurt my wife. Whenever there are school events, I am confused of whom should I invite. I know that my parental responsibility rights are now in my dad and stepmom, but I want my real mom and dad to attend my school activities. If ever I invited my mom too, his new husband also comes along. How I wished both parties have no partners so I could just ask them individually to an event where my friends could not see my stepparents. One day, my sister graduated in elementary and honestly speaking, I don’t want my stepparents in the scene. No matter how I convinced my mom, my plea wasn’t granted. She let me understand that step fathers rights must be observed as he was the one who’s earning for them. The graduation seemed to be a reunion for us. All of us were there, my three siblings, my stepparents and my parents. It was somehow an awkward situation for us. I was able to realize after the dinner that the gathering had brought benefit for everyone in the family. Mom and dad are now friends as well as the other partners.
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