#519 Sasha's Story

12th January 2018 in The Wild Mouse Cafe - Part 2
#519 Sasha's Story
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GoodKaptainKook 12th Jan 2018, 12:03 AM edit delete reply
Yes, of *course* it was her mother's fault her Dad became a drunk. No one is ever to blame for their OWN failings! *facepalm*

Sadly there are so many families EXACTLY like this. I could swear Sasha's description of her family sounds like part of my *OWN* mother's family. In particular one of my cousins was violently abused by his mother and another one developed a severe addiction to opoid painkillers and wound up meeting her death not long ago by OD (Leaving behind her husband and infant child :(). It makes it all the more sad and realistic that there are some families like this that can only be called "families" in name only...
Shaggy 12th Jan 2018, 12:03 AM edit delete reply
This is depressing as sh*t. I feel really bad for her now :-(
Jake Elmer 12th Jan 2018, 12:10 AM edit delete reply
David31 12th Jan 2018, 12:12 AM edit delete reply
I think this will end in a hug somehow? ;)
Section79 12th Jan 2018, 3:12 AM edit delete reply
Talk about a tough childhood. Having both an alcoholic and a drug addict as parents? Good Lord, it's no wonder she and her brother became outlaw street racers.

Also, not to be a grammar nazi, but you spelled "ended" wrong.
FreyFox 12th Jan 2018, 10:47 PM edit delete reply
I noticed that too. Fixed now!
Guest 12th Jan 2018, 6:13 AM edit delete reply
Damn, man.
Zarpaulus 13th Jan 2018, 1:05 AM edit delete reply
I count four kids.

Whatever happened to her other two siblings?
FreyFox 14th Jan 2018, 11:41 AM edit delete reply
All will be revealed over the course of this chapter ;)
AjayRulezzz 13th Jan 2018, 10:12 PM edit delete reply
Jesus, Cant believe she had a broken family
Warner Republic 2nd Feb 2018, 5:38 AM edit delete reply
Warner Republic
Before he had me and my mom, my father took a lot of jobs even traveled across the country to survive. Working jobs like McDonald's to part-time DJs to an offshore oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, he took in a lot of hard, exhausting work. He told me he was even homeless for a while and even slept on a bench for the night and miraculously found a bag of bread to eat before the next day he applied for a job. My father went through a lot before he had us, but thank God it didn't affect him like Sasha's father. He's bliss with a lot of opportunities and rewards in life.