Is Blood Thicker Than Water?
Most of us will say that blood is thicker than water. People in the same family are related by blood and according to others, and family relations are more important than any other relationship. My parents were separated when I was a little girl because my father had an affair with another woman. My mother married another man when I was in fifth-grade, a man named Jason Gordon. When I met him, it felt like I’ve known him for a long time. He made me feel like I was his own daughter and gave me the greatest gift—the love of a father. A father and a step father are called the same way and has the same responsibilities but the only difference between them is how they show it or how they love and care for their childrens.
Ricardo, my real father, is a man that didn’t really care about anyone else but himself. When my parents were separated. He didn’t even gave a single cent of his money for us and didn’t even think about how we’re doing. I grew up with a lot of anger and pain inside me because of him. I see him once or twice a year. Because eventhough he didn’t care about us, my mom didn’t want us to forget that he is still our father. But everytime he is around me; I don’t feel happy and I don’t feel the presence of a father, but instead I feel pain, anger and hate. There was a time that I almost got raped and sued two men. I called him to inform about what happened to me. But instead of listening, he told me that it happened because I wasn’t careful enough and to be careful next time so that it won’t happen again. It was the most painful thing that he did to me. I felt that I’m not an important person and unloved. I always ask myself the questions, “Is he my real father?” and “how can a father do those things to his own daughter?”. If I could just have one wish, I would wish for a different father.
Unlike my real father, Jason Gordon, my step father was a very loving and caring man. He did everything that he could to gain my...
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