Leah Messer: My Dad Ruined Men For Me! | Wireler
Earlier this week, we reported on the information that Leah Messer had damaged up with Jason Jordan after about six months of relationship.
While the connection clearly wasn’t very lengthy, the breakup got here as one thing of a shock to Leah’s followers,a lot of whom had been satisfied she’d lastly discovered love.
This was additionally the week that Leah launched her podcast, fittingly titled Life Reboot.
It appears that hitting the reset button and beginning over is precisely what Leah is most excited about today.
And she’s apparently determined that one of the simplest ways to try this is to return to phrases together with her painful previous.
In the previous week, Messer has opened up about her suicidal tendencies and her troublesome custody battle over twin daughters.
Now, she’s getting candid about her tumultuous state of affairs together with her personal father.
“I wanted a dad. I was someone who really wanted that father figure,” Leah mentioned on her podcast this week.
“I wanted that feeling of love from a man,” she added. “Two divorces in a row, I imply…”
“I felt abandonment issues because I wanted it so much,” Leah mentioned.
“My whole childhood was…should you develop up with out the opposite mother or father that’s one thing you all the time need.
There was a lot anger, all the feelings I felt from being deserted by my father.”
Leah went on to disclose that as a toddler she held her father within the highest esteem, and it was troublesome to let go of these emotions in maturity:
“I was a daddy’s girl,” she mentioned.
“As a kid it doesn’t matter what your parents do, you think they’re the best thing ever.”
She says her father briefly re-entered her life after she discovered fame — however the expertise introduced nothing however ache:
“When he finally showed back up, it was not good,” Leah mentioned.
“It was definitely a turning point. [I realized] I can love myself enough, and I don’t need him to fill that place in my life.”
Leah hasn’t gone into specifics about her father’s previous misdeeds, however a sequence of tweets from August of 2017 appear to point that he is grappled with habit:
“When your dad calls and you haven’t heard from him in quite some time, do you answer or let your voicemail do the talking?” she tweeted.
“It’s the same thing every call. Maybe this time he really is going to choose life over death. All I can do is [pray].”
Here’s hoping Leah will ultimately have the ability to come to phrases together with her father’s shortcomings as a mother or father.
If anybody deserves closure, it is her.
And evidently she’s taking the correct steps crucial with a purpose to discover it.