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always b natural Said,
May 27th, 2014 @10:22 am  

Honey, words are not going to get him to trust you again.
Character is actions, not words. When your words match your actions,
then you know that you have integrity, honesty, and all the other
good things.

So learn from your mistakes, and stop doing them. When you promise
to study and work hard, then that is what you do – you follow through
with actions that match your statements. And once you develop
your character into a person that can be trusted, that tells the truth,
that acts in honesty, then your parents will trust you again.

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Observer Said,
May 27th, 2014 @10:43 am  

If what he wrote is the truth it will take more than word to rebuild his trust. I find it interesting that you are talking about him trusting you and yet you have put on line a private letter that was intended for your mother.

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Jay Said,
May 27th, 2014 @11:05 am  

give him a blowjob

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LandYacht Said,
May 27th, 2014 @11:08 am  

actions speak louder than words.

My dad has threatened me so many times to pay rent.. I still do not pay rent.
I have been cut off like 10 times… AND? I still get money from them..

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Joseph Said,
May 27th, 2014 @11:40 am  

It’s a real headache. There’s an old but true expression, “action speaks louder than words”. Take heed.

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JQuick Said,
May 27th, 2014 @12:37 pm  

No, you don’t love your dad. Love is not merely a feeling of attachment. Love is reflected in actions. You’ve acted in a way that shows no real love. On the contrary, you’ve acted with hatred, negligence, abuse, lying, cheating, stealing, and everything else you’ve done. It will take years, probably decades, of completely different behavior to change his opinion of you, because you’ve shown who you are and what you’re capable of doing, and it takes many more years to repair damage than to create it. You’ve abused him.

The best thing you can do is just leave him alone and try to repair yourself to make yourself a better person on your own. You can keep him updated on your progress and pay him back the money you wasted. But don’t expect anything in return. Be grateful for anything he does for you, without expectation or dependence. Love is a verb. It’s not an adjective. How you behave and act reveals the true nature and quality of your love. People can say they love each other, shout it, scream it, but if they don’t act loving toward each other, their words are merely powerless air vibrations with no meaning or consequence. DO love.

You don’t need him to DO love. You can change your behavior to those around you, everyone, strangers and friends. Only you can make yourself to be a positive benefit for everyone around you. Alcohol, drugs, are preventing you from progressing from where you are to where you can be. They don’t help.

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