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FabulousDivaRarity


I'm a Proud ABDL mommy. Writer of padded pony fics, sad dark tragedies, and more drama than you could fit in the world's largest theatre.

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This story is a sequel to Truth Hurts


A slightly different take on my story “Truth Hurts”, in which Starlight and Sunburst go after their parents and overhear their conversation, learning some painful truths themselves.

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Nice, just like with the Story before. The Truth can be hard to bear at times.

And frankly, i found it amusing how Starlight wanted a war than this.

Truthfully, I think 18 people and me is about to declare war on that dislike.

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I wouldn't mind a followup where Sunburst and Starlight discuss what they overheard with their parents.

A beautiful addition to the original story. Awe-inspiring is, perhaps, more accurate for how much emotion we get through putting both pieces together.

As a parent, it pains me to see my son worry. He has anxiety trouble and feels he should be on medication. Why wouldn't he feel that way? I take A LOT of it to keep myself from imploding over all the struggles I go through as a result of having zero eyesight. He sees me and thinks that's what he needs, too. However, honestly, I want him to not ever feel as I have.

This further adds how, during the divorce, my son kept asking me questions I didn't know how to answer. I wanted to be honest because he was smart enough to see through smoke-and-mirrors but I couldn't flat out say how I felt as my emotions were all a jumble from losing his mom that I was far from thinking clearly.

And, now, I'm off work due to my PTSD / Anxiety Disorder and getting even more meds. Unfortunately all the medication to cope with day-to-day struggles of having zero eyesight will not solve all the outside troubles that disable me from being the absolute best I can be.

I worry so much for my son as I don't want to set bad examples. However it's such a delicate balance and, like Fire Light and Steller Flare, you just don't always know the right thing. You only hope that, one day, your children understand and know you did your best given your situation.

This story is certainly one should read if they have ever been in a situation similar as either the parent or the child. It makes you think a lot on your actions, how they impact others, and how there is truly no way to ever 'get it right'. You can only do your best and hope you make good on all that was, is, and will be.

Like the first, this one was beautiful.

His earliest memories were centered on the day he got his cutie mark and was accepted into magic school

Poor Starlight

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