I take the role of a young boy talking about his feelings about the divorce with his parents.
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a long time ago, my parents and I were very close. They seemed deeply in love. They would always make time together. A majority of the toms. They would include me too often we go places like Park where my dad would push me on the swing and carrying me on his shoulders. And it made me feel like King off the entire world. We go to restaurants. It was silly because we always ordered the exact same food. Last time we didn't show any new foods. We just had one favourites and we stuck to that. And we also travelled to places A lot of countries, too. And we travelled to places around the country like adventure parks, jump parks, Waterparks. Anything was fortunate, really, Until one day, something changed. My dad got home from work, didn't even acknowledge my mom. He put this case down on the counter top of the kitchen, took a beer at the fridge, sat down and started drinking, watching TV. He did this for the past couple of weeks, getting more and more bloated as the beer fold his stomach. They would scream at each other each, not as my dad had the influence his breath. Eventually, they got divorced on DH. They haven't spoken to each other since. My mom has full custody of me. I don't know what. My dad didn't even want to see me anymore. I now live with my mom. We have no contact with my father. I don't even know who he is anymore. I don't know what he looks like. I don't know what he's been up to for the past couple years. Well, I know or I don't even know if you're still alive. My mom doesn't even know. She just She just she she hasn't had contact with them. I miss the old days. I miss being happy. Well, I want to do now is just cool in a top bowl in Marine and just scream Scream as loud as I can to the world how upset I am. I thought that was there. I thought I'd never seen my father ever again until one day I heard a knock on the door. I opened it and I couldn't believe who was standing on our porch