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EscapeingRunaway Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013  Student Writer
My mom's boyfriend is more like my father than my actual father and it's easier to call him my father. So I can sorta relate on a level.
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SeersSword Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2013   General Artist
Totally normal.
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confidenceAlive Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
There are a few couples I feel really attracted to, in some ways they've been more my parents than my parents have. There isn't anything wrong with that, in fact it's a wonderful thing to have a few father and mother figures in your life; love them, learn from them, they have a lot of knowledge to share and love to give.
On the other hand, think about the reasons why you feel closer to them than your parents. Maybe talk to your parents about that; they might be able to make changes to help you feel closer to them as well (:
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EvilZucchini Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013
it's nothing unusual, someone once said "Your friends are the family you chose"
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CahjesaalLesou-n Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2013   Writer
This isn't so unusual as you might think. talk with the couple and your parents about it, I am sure you can find a solution.
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kosuke081 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013
My roommate's little sister's friend moved out of her parents house on her 18th birthday, moving in with my roommate's parents. She now called her biological parents by their names and my roommate's parents mom and dad. You're not alone. And even if you can't call them mom and dad, I'd still talk to them about the feelings you have. If they're good people, they can help you. And who knows, maybe they already love you like a child.
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XUhuruX Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I can relate to this. I feel a strong connection with another couple too, I SO love them.
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statiqueSagitta Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013
"I want them to love me" ........
...I know how painful it can be...
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makeo Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2013
That is more normal than you think, a lot of people have mentors etc that are not their parents, adults they feel they connect with more, teachers, tutors, club leaders, family friends, people you talk to online.

Remember that your parents though have had you and looked after you for many years. They would be upset if you left. You can have your parents and still talk to other adults, other adults can still love you like a parent might, you can have father figures that are not your parents.

At holidays such as mothers day you might also notice they sell cards that say ''your like a mum to me'' etc.

people do have such role models.
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