Divorce-Personal Narrative

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On a cold and snowy Monday morning in January 2013, was the turning point in my life. As I recall, I remember sitting in the front seat of the car, while glancing out the frozen and ice-cold windows at the beautiful trees and houses that were covered with ice-white snow. But suddenly, my father interrupted with a hesitant voice, “Ian, I have to tell you something.” “Your mother and I…” “Are getting a divorce.” Finishing the sentence. At that moment, I felt an appalling ache in my heart, and also wanted to cry. I told myself that this wasn’t real, and this wasn’t happening, but I stood silent- avoiding myself from releasing my emotions. As I arrived at the school parking lot, I remembered my father’s eyes watering with tears as he attempted

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