Wow, I don't really think it would be my place in that situation, but at the same time, Dad would deserve to know. If I didn't have any proof, perhaps I'd just strike up a conversation with Dad saying something like "Wow, hasn't my brother been really friendly with stepmom lately?" That might be enough for your Dad to pay attention and see the truth on his own.
If he doesn't believe you then go get a mini spy cam and put it in your brother or stepmoms room and you and your dad leave the house with them two alone and he will see it himself on your laptop (connect them)
this pertains to the statement you made about the mayan calender: haha not interesting at all!?! Theres a lot of people that think the worlds going to end and its not because of the mayan calendar!?! on the doomsday prepper show, all of them had different reason, none dealing with the mayan calender...so your statement means nothing
He was your father yesterday, he is your father to-day, and he will be your father tomorrow, she really is not a good role model, you should stick with the truth, you cant,t go wrong, but whatever you do remember, you have done no wrong and can,t blame yourself. good luck. ................Tenderlion..........
No. Sooner or later Karma will catch up to them. Plus it will cause problems for you with your brother. Without proof they could tell your father you're lying and that you're trying to get rid of your stepmother. Don't get in the middle of it. GoodLuck. Peace
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This is way too painful for you, and much too much of a burden for you to carry around alone. Brace yourself, you need to start talking to somebody, I suggest your school counselor, that's what they are there for. Don't wait too much longer, but you have got to tell your dad! This is not about taking sides this is about doing the right thing by facing an issue that affects all of you and all of you need to know what is going on. Hiding it will only make things worse. I wouldn't worry about anyone being upset with you because, honey, YOU aren't the one whose guilty here. Tell dad!