Originally Posted by in stitches
im sorry mang, that sounds really rough.
im available if you ever want to chat. and i dont mean only sexually.
i too am pleased to have a large family. difficulties? sure. worth it? for sure.
I appreciate it, Stitch.
Truth be told, at this point, it's one of those things that I just accept. It has been this way all my life, and at this point I just view it as a character-building exercise. In a lot of ways, it has made me a better person, and I work hard to make sure I don't allow the cycle to continue for another generation.
Honestly, at this point the hardest part is figuring out where my son (and any other potential children) stands in all of this. As a father, I feel the need to protect him from a lot of what I've been through, but doing so could mean he doesn't ever know major parts of his family. I don't know what the answer is, but I do know it's going to become more and more in the not-too-distant future.
Originally Posted by Rambo
You're not related to Honey Boo Boo, are you G?
In the sense that everyone born in Georgia is almost certainly related somehow, I suppose I am, but, other than that, I don't believe we're kin.