Swipe to go to another post.
When I became a father.
Puberty....my teens and early twenties were a rough go. I'm way more collected and happier now than I ever was back then.
My life has been complicated for as long as I can remember. I guess it started in high-school when I came out of my shell.
For as long as I can remember, I just never seem to fit in. Things got extremely more complicated when my girlfriend told me she was pregnant. (ditto Jerry)
Now years later I still do not 'fit in.' I am separated from my wife (the mentioned girlfriend) I have 2 lovely kids. 2 more if you count the ones from my new partner. However, life is a hell of a lot less complicated.
I have learn over time how to be the puppet master instead of life's puppet.
It's been complicated for a while. Ever since I realized I was gay, I knew this was going to be a complicated life. Even my parents' divorce when I was 7 had started things on a "complicated" roll.
In fact, when I graduated college and started living on my own, things seemed to get simpler.
I've had problems in my life, but I've never considered my life complicated, even when things didn't go well.
Not long after I turned 18 and my Dad dragged me to the recruiting station and I signed up to go into the Army!
He didn't!!! Do you hold that against him? For me...that would be good for at least a 20 year grudge.
Yes I did! Only grudge I've ever held for long. Hardly spoke again till his death.
I agree with Jerry. When I became a father. Especially when we had number 3. That's when I ran out of arms. Ha!
I think it was the most complicated when I was at school and at University. Then it peaked when I went through a divorce. Otherwise it's been fun, organised and relaxed mostly.
Life has always been complicated and sadly I have not always dealt with it in the best ways. But things are looking up and that is all that matters to me.
For help please contact us here.
You're using the touch version of Amirite, you can switch to the full site.
© amirite.com 2017. Icons by DryIcons.