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...answers I was very surprised and understanding. Its like the saying “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” by Bert Lance. Meaning that they were fine with just how their lives turned out being because they had such a wonderful mother to guide them and replace that fatherly figure emptiness. What I really wanted to see when I setup these questions was my last question. I wanted to see if they would have stopped their fathers from actually leaving. Once again I was surprised. None of my friends would have stopped them from leaving. Now I don’t know why I’m so surprised by this. Maybe because my father didn’t leave me. But I just wondered that people would rather have a father than not. I really wished that I could have been able to interview Tom and Laura with these question and perhaps go more into depth with them because I’m sure they would have wanted their fathers back.
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