Definition of my Dad;

He’s like a blind man with perfectly functioning eyes. Completely contradicting; just like his character.

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6 thoughts on “Definition of my Dad;

  1. 16sedici16 says:

    My dad was too. For years I had no idea he was actually bipolar, hence the contradictions. Something would trigger him, and whatever was just fine yesterday was definitely not okay today. Ugh… such a mind-f*ck! I understand your struggle…

  2. 16sedici16 says:

    Everyone is different and its difficult to tell if it s a personality thing or a mental health thing. My dad passed away 4 years ago, but never used his disorder as an excuse. As his daughter however, it was easier to explain to my friends that there was a chemical imbalance than just saying he was “sick” as my mother used to say to me. Honesty in a situation like that is the best policy. All the best with this… I’m sure some days are better than others.

    • I’m sorry for your loss. That’s a mature way to deal with the condition.
      I guess mine’s far from that. It’s a psychological thing, a weakness he has. He didn’t really get raised correctly, but still, he never allows one to feel sorry for him. He’s too stuck up in his own ways for that. Unbalanced and impossible.
      Some days are. But lately not so many.

  3. 16sedici16 says:

    Hang in there!
    PS: I love your blog name 🙂 Brilliant!!

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