“Dear Dad, There’s so much that I want to say, but I don’t know where to start. I’m sure you …”

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Dear Dad, There’s so much that I want to say, but I don’t know where to start. I’m sure you have been wondering why I have been so distant the last several months and I have been wanting to reach out and tell you, but I’ve never really known how. You see ever since you have mended your relationship with my brother and his wife, you have changed so very much. You became all about them and how you can kiss their butt to keep that relationship going but have forgotten that you have a daughter and other grandkids. I refuse to play the “suck up“ game just to get your attention and keep our relationship. You hardly call, but talk to him several times a week. And when I call you, you act like you’re too busy to talk to me. Even though I’m an adult, it doesn’t give you the right to treat me like I don’t matter. You act like it pains you to even acknowledge me. I am trying to learn to let things go because I realize you’ll never change, but the questions I have to answer to your grandkids is what is the most frustrating. I pray they never have to experience the constant disappointment that I have had to. I do know that even though I have a father that doesn’t have much to do with me, I do have a heavenly father that loves me unconditionally! Your Daughter

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