Divorce- Time for me

Today I'm going to talk about my parent's divorce. This year marks 12 years since my parents divorced.

When I was little, 1-10 years old (almost 11 years old, my birthday is on March 4th), I always thought about what it would be like if my parents ever got divorced. Just the thought of it made me despair. I didn't want that at all, so whenever my parents fought, I tried to calm them down.

But when I turned 10 years and 11 months old (January 25, 2010). The social service took me to a boarding school. Because I stayed until the end of the school year in 2019. I like to say that my parents divorced two days after I entered the boarding school, that is, on January 27, 2010.

Somehow, I really didn't imagine my life like this. My parents couldn't even see each other, let alone say hello, barely. So I kind of got used to the fact that each of their lives elsewhere has their own life. I was thus condemned to be on two banks at the same time.

Because soon after the divorce, serious problems began. Namely, my 12-17-year-olds used to say nasty, really nasty things about my eyes all the time at my mother's house. And not only when I was home for the holidays. At my mother's house, they even counted how many days I would be with my uncle and how many with my mother, so that it would not happen that I would be with my uncle for a day or so more than my mother. It's a good thing that they didn't delve into the hours, minutes, and seconds so that by chance there wouldn't be a few more seconds with the eyes.

I lived like this for many years, but when I turned 18, I decided that this was their problem and that they should solve it themselves. And that I really don't want to get involved in this anymore, because I literally have absolutely nothing to do with it. I had done this before, but at the age of 18, I finally put it on the back burner (put it out of my head and started thinking about myself, my goals, and the future) as is right.

Now I realized that the divorce and the fact that I ended up in a boarding school was something for which I will always be immensely grateful to my parents. With this, I have the option, when I'm with my mother, to think about her, how to help her, and the like, but when I'm with my mother, I have my eyes on him, so I have both of them on the ropes and under control. So that there are no problems hehe.

Do you have divorced parents too??? If the answer is yes, then don't worry, it's not worth it and there isn't that much time in the world. Maybe the fact that you have divorced parents is not so bad, think about it: What has changed since you were apart, is there anything different??? Do you perceive and see the world differently??? Maybe you feel better???

Think about it and write to me in a comment, I will be happy if you share it with me (yes, you can also in private.

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