by Aiden

I am 16 years old. My parents divorced like 4 month ago.

Sometimes I don't even understand why they separated? Is it because of misunderstanding? Lack of love ? Lack of attention?

Whenever I ask them why both of them separated, they always answer that it is their fate that they have become like this. After my parents divorced , my relationship with my father became far apart. We are like strangers.

I don't even know what I did to him until he ignore me 24/7. Day after day I keep thinking that he hates me. So eventually, I started to feel that I hate him too. But , sometimes , I don't even know why I cry when I look at him from afar.

I feel like nobody is on my side. Nobody hears me crying at night. Nobody want to hear my thoughts.
So, because of that, almost everynight, I locked my door, leaned on the wall and let out my depression, tears, anger all alone.

Well, sometimes I have some thought to committ suicide, self harming but luckily, it never happened. I just have no courage to do that.

You could say that im old enough, mature enough to understand about this divorced thing. But i also have feelings and a hart and I also need parents like others.

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Nov 30, 2015

by: Emmily


I am very sorry for you.

What about your mother? Do you have a good relationship with her?

I can imagine your parents are very much occupied with all the details they have to go through for the divorce. Because of that they pay very little attention to you.

That is sad, very sad. They should put you on top of their priority list and nothing else.

The reason of their divorce does not really matter. It happened and it won't be undone in most cases.

See what the future can bring you for good things. Set yourself some short and long term personal goals and go after them.

Find people you trust to build a close relationship with and that support you. A brother or sister, a grand parent, a cousin, an oncle or aunt, a neighbour, a friend or someone at school.

Keep up your good spirit.

I wish you all the best, Emmily

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