I have to keep on “plugging away” and to try and get through to my very misguided and, let’s me frank, dishonest daughter.
Here is another message to attempt to get her to see sense and to be honest for once.
How does it feel?
David HenderMon 09/09/2019 08:17
I know that you were probably manipulated into doing what you did, by your mother and my father; I think we can take that as read.You are older and wiser now and what I do not get is that you now have the opportunity to put things right but you refuse to do so.No one is interested in what happened, certainly not the inept Police; they are corrupt anyway, morally and ethically if not financially.You said that “YOU WANTED TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE“. Were they just empty words to please your Dad to get another dress or something that you wanted or did you really mean them? I would like to think the latter.Yes, you may be torn but how does it feel to know that you were complicit in your own Dad’s downfall? How do you feel just sitting on the fence, whilst you do absolutely bugger all ?Despite what you were involved in, I am willing to set all of that aside so that I can help you grow up to be a balanced and honest person. Given what has happened to me, that is a fucking big ask of me, isn’t it?I want to be PROUD of my daughter and NOT ASHAMED of who you have become.It may get to the point that I will wish you didn’t exist in the first place.Is that really what you want your Dad to feel about his own daughter?Dad