See if someone’s mother can drive you. Otherwise, see if your friend’s dad will phone your dad to say that his child has asked him to provide a lift for you, and then ask him if that’s helpful. Sometimes, men have more trouble saying "no" to other men. Especially if they appear helpful and responsible.
I hate my dad. I wish he could die then everyone here would be happy. My dad cheats on my mom; he abuses her calling her bogus, stupid, etc. then he comes during our family fellowship preaching purity, goodness, and pretends to be pure. The only reason we need him is because of his money (that's all he is good for). He tells me he loves me, but I hate him. Is it bad to hate him?
My 14-year-old daughter states she hates her Dad but says he’s done nothing wrong. She won’t talk or answer him when he asks her questions. She doesn’t want to be in the same room and even goes the roundabout way in the house to avoid him. She will ask me to tell him about her day, but when I start to tell him, she corrects me and takes over telling her Dad. They talk and laugh briefly and then she leaves and continues to ignore him. Do you have any ideas what’s going on?
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