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These Parents Are Not Afraid To Be Ashamed Of Their Kids. Here's Why.
"My 19 year old son spent 2 weeks in jail."

When the son you bury isn't the one you raised.

1
I didn't attend his funeral. The boy that died wasn't my son; the son I'd loved and cared about, the son who thought something of the world. All that had been left was an addict. I was ashamed of him.

When their daughter becomes a teen mom.

2
My parents are ashamed of me and my son. They have me go to my room when they have people over and avoid the subject of grandkids, me, or anything involving family.

When they let their parents down.

3
My 19 yr old son being locked up in jail for 2 wks.  Broke my heart.

When health problems start early.

4
My fat ass son really needs to loose some weight. He's 7 and I'm already ashamed of being his dad.

When their son can't stay away from drugs.

5
My son is a heroin IV user. Currently serving a prison sentence. I hope when he comes home, he will stay away from need of the high. He was in such a bad, bad place

When their son disrespects women.

6
My son cheated on his girlfriend and she broke his nose, I'm not sure if I should be ashamed he got beat up by a girl or proud he didn't hit her back.

When their kid doesn't reflect the way he was raise.

7
My son is in prison and I feel like it's my fault for not raising him better

When their son breaks the law.

8
Just had my 16 yo son getting home drunk for the first time in his life. Pretending not to notice bc I can see how ashamed he looks trying to get on his room as fast as possible and act normally

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