Last weekend I slept over my sisters fathers house again, this would be his second year out of prison. When he first got out he stayed with us until a little after my 14th birthday. He would be a jerk to my mother and completly loose his cool sometimes. Once he threw a glass at the wall directly beside her and it was obviously thrown really hard. Whenever me and my sister walked by hed stick out his hand and grab/smack/slap me or my sisters b-t- and he'd do the same to our mother but he'd do this infront of us. There were other moments where he would abuse me like this. As for my sister I do not know. Thanks to going to sleep over for the 2nd time I had a flashback of him then my OWN father m-lest--- me. The flashback was to real to me and now I'm starting to look back to the past and I've seen so many oppurtunities he'd of had to actually do this to me. My sister and some of my friends have realized I tend to black out traumatic things out of my mind sometimes so now I'm EXTREMLY scared that my OWN father could've actually done this. I'm freaking out cause I want my father to be the good guy I'm scared of what I'm thinking. Any advice/comfort/explanation would really really be apprecaited at this point.
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