Reviews for We All Have Daddy Issues
Guest chapter 1 . 5/14/2016
Please make this into more than a one shot
pizzalover chapter 1 . 4/16/2016
girl,if ur dad doesnt see what he's missing out on then he's a jerk(full respect) i hope one day ull became a famous author who will get lots of money and attention cuz ur amazing at writing we luv u
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Guest chapter 1 . 9/16/2015
omg , what a heart touching story an poor you every one should have a loving daddy an mummy i know its not always the case but still we can but wish chin up an i hope you feel a bit more happy soon ;)
oesteffel chapter 1 . 8/25/2015
Unfortunately, you can't change your blood & you don't get to pick your parents. The person you became is due to your mother, you can't change your father. You can hope, but don't expect anything...hasn't he shown you that? If your not worth his time now, then he's not worth yours either.

At some point in his life, he is going to need someone, someone to be there for him, someone to take care of him...someone to care. What will you do?

He is the one that missed out so feel bad for him, it's his loss. I just feel bad that your mom is missing out because of him.

I can only say...good luck! Hope the reunion makes up for everything. Like you said, we all have daddy issues...at least you saw yours...even if it's once in a while. XD
Clacenthusiast chapter 1 . 8/25/2015
By the angel.

I thought my life was bad when my dad threatens to hurt me and almost makes me sleep outside. I also thought multiple times of ending my life because my parents don't seem to care enough to know me or accept me because I don't like the same things. (Ps. I'm not gay) but what happened to you got me crying. The one thing that helped me through was books. I had to listen through my parents insult me because they think I'm a stupid, useless, worthless, unwanted lazy price of crap. In my own house I was treated like a domestic. I did all the work and was never appreciated. When I asked them to let me into an orphanage and leave them forever because I felt I wasn't wanted or needed. When they wouldn't let me I sat in my room with a knife to my chest, debating wether I even had a purpose to live for without parents and a sister not caring for me. When I had started reading books that had always brought me joy, so I put the knife down and read. Casandra Clare's books have kept me pushing through. I also had one friend to thank for showing me the series in the first place. The one thing I tried to do (reference from TID) is be a character In a book. So I thought of Simon, when he was a vampire. I tried to act like him and keep my head high through the worst and think how I have it better off than most like Simon being a daylighter. The one thing I had was two friends a brother who still cared. One of whom is my best ( and one of my only) friends and one who I like and I consider to have saved me from myself. With your father you should act as God would (sorry if your not Christian). Forgive for what's he's done but at the price of penence. You should have him keep his boundaries until you feel comfortable enough to accept in to the gates of your life once again. Once you can do that he can finish his penence and be accepted by his first child. I may be a year younger than you(I did the math your 14) and a boy for that but I understand what it's like not knowing if they actually cared. -Clace lover69
Guest chapter 1 . 8/25/2015
Hit me right in the feels. Beautifully written by such an amazing writer. Your father doesn't deserve you because you deserve better. Hope you feel better bb :D
Alexandra chapter 1 . 8/25/2015
That dude is an would be lucky to have a daughter like you