>parents just divorced
give me some music for this feel /mu/ :-(
realize it was your fault.
at least your parents were married and didn't seperate when you were 7 after having 3 bastard children
Divorce is great. It helps you realize that you're basically the sum of two people who actually hate each other. In this way, you will be ready to face the reality that nobody on earth actually gives a shit about you. Embrace this and enjoy your future career as a president of some marketing company.
I honestly think it's equally fucked up whether you a kid or an adult. As a kid it's fucked up because in the longer the idea of an incomplete family will fuck with them. As an adult you get everything that's going on, and everything that's going on SUCKS.
when my parents broke up I didn't honestly care in the slightest. I'm my own person and they are two grown ass individuals. Their decisions and lives don't effect mine insomuch as my happiness. Understand that your existence isn't worth obstructing others desires to lead their best life. Here are some tunes my man feel better https://soundcloud.com/chloeburbank/you-suck-charlie-mastering
>it will suck a lot more for a 15 year old than a 3 year old
nope. crucial developments will be fucked over for the youngest. 15 year olds will be mostly finished and shouldn't even be on this site anyway
Just remember that they don't have to like each other at all for them to both love you and for you to keep both of them in your life. Divorce is rough mainly for the couple and for children, it sucks but you should be old enough to handle this fairly well.
>tfw you don't love your mother and you're too much of an apathetic coward to kill yourself
>my trauma is better than your trauma
You're both complete morons, fuck off with that narcissistic shit. Nobody gives a fuck what you went through, which is really the point. Everyone can only experience their own lowest point and even if someone else has a lower point it doesn't make theirs any easier to handle so the dark past dick measuring contest never actually amounts to anything at all other than making everyone involved look like an attention seeking dumbass.
ITT manchildren who crack under the stress of real life situations that they should be able to handle at that age. dad died when i was 16, I can guaran fucking tee it would be many times worse if it happened when i was 5
Hard to tell senpai, my parents divorced when I was 4
Probably fucked me up since I didn't have a parental figure to grow with and that's why I have so many problems with confidence and relationships right now. I love my dad though, we got back in touch when I was 15 and I may be even closer to him than my mother. I remember crying when I was 12 when I realized what it actually meant for them to be divorced
>My Grandfather cheated on my Grandmother, ruined family
>My Dad cheated on my mother, ruined family
>tfw I was Skyping other girls behind my gf's back (before my Dad's cheating was revealed)
Can I blame my genes for this or am I just an awful person?
>tfw dad died the next day of last christmas
My parents were divorced cuz my faggot of a dad evaded shitload of tax. They lived together, though.
Very recent to his death i witnessed my parents get crazy mad at each other, made me cry like a bitch infront of them, 20 years old. I know that pain. Kind of feel better i'm not going to feel like that ever again now he's gone.
This. On one hand you're kind of shuffled between households wish you had a proper one with both parents. On the other you grow up watching your parents fight constantly and kind of wish they would separate after a while. When you're a teenager it's no fun getting home from high school to your parents fighting.
Either way I went through it too, OP. It can suck for a long time but as you get older you find solace in the fact that they're both much happier and better off without each other, whether they meet other people or not.
Can't we just agree that divorce is rough regardless of age.
Feeling your pain OP, mine are in the process of divorce atm. Go for a drive and listen to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-lIxIYmdKM
Just let the feels out.
i had this happen at 13. it fucked up my whole life. i wasn't sad about the split so much as it made EVERYTHING more stressful because of having separate homes. if i can give any advice its that you should stay close with your sis. my brother stopped talking to me cause he was a little older and i was so alone. i wish you a happy future anon. here is a nice tune https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTd66s8KXZM