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The most touching love story

It's a story where the prison words in your throat and all you can do is shed in tears. I can't write about it calmly because tears literally drip on my keyboard. But I want to share it with you, maybe you'll find some comfort and consolation in it. My grandparents loved each other over life. Grandpa's grandmother always expressed herself so warmly that it was nice for people to listen. Everything was perfect until we found out from Grandma on her deathbed that she wasn't talking about Grandpa... or at least not the one that everyone knew. The grandfather who raised my mother and part of me wasn't really her father - or my grandfather. My grandmother kept it a secret, she sacrificed herself to keep the family whole - and the grandfather I knew gladly agreed to it. The point is, Grandma loved one man. Stefan. Stefan was a professional soldier, went on a mission and promised to come back - he loved his grandmother over her life, with reciprocity. They were the whole world to each other. My mother was on her way when he left last time, although my grandmother didn't know about it yet. Stefan promised to come back. He didn't come back. Mom was born and Grandma cried every day. She remembers that everything she ate was salty, because her tears were dripping all the time, that her beloved either died in the war or left her. She had no news from him. She couldn't find out what happened. She met Janusz - that is my grandfather, whom I had known all my life and who was not. She married him because she had to - in those days a maid with a child would almost certainly not have survived, but she did not love him as much as her dream Stefan. Janusz agreed to pretend to be my mother's father, for the sake of the family. Only Stefan is back. He came back after a few years, but grandma couldn't break up the family she had built with Janusz anymore - she didn't want to shock my mother either, she gave up her own happiness and broke contact... with Stefan. The real grandfather died of grief shortly afterwards, and the secret would have been taken to the grave if it hadn't been for the fact that before the very death grandma decided to reveal it. Everyone is in great shock and I find it hard to write about it. Grandma, you were a strong woman - you did what you thought was best for the family and my mother. If you can hear me, know that no one blames you for that.

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It was your grandfather and your mother's father, because he was the one who grew up. And if you didn't find out about it, he'd still be "grandpa" to you. It's sad that your grandmother praising your d... expand on the commentary the grandfather always had in mind the previous partner.
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How great a man is your mother's stepfather... In this confession, the grandmother is taken to the pedestal because she sacrificed herself (of course, she doesn't take the grandmother into account), but what kind of reason and love Janusz had to follow in order to stay... make a comment with your Grandma and Mom... Big Man...
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In my opinion it is Janusz who should be admired. In spite of everything, he was with your grandmother, he agreed to raise his child and bestowed upon her and you great kindness and love. And he's your grandfather. And Grandma... Well, I'll... expand her commentary on her respect for choosing the good of the family, but it is sad that she spoke with such affection about her former love, not about the man who spent his whole life with her and raised a child with her...
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No one will look at the story from the real grandfather. He was a soldier who knew he couldn't come back, but now he's going on a mission because he's been sent as it was a long time ago and he can't leave... expand the commentary, especially during the course. Probably he is taken prisoner from here the lack of contact lives with thoughts about his beloved, and he manages to get back home and what the beloved sees with the other, and what the beloved sees there, to this the beloved completely pisses him off and breaks contact without even trying to talk to him about it all then the broken one dies. It's just fucking mac, and it doesn't matter that she wanted to take care of her family, but rather her daughter shouldn't have been pissed off about her love and the real father of her daughter.
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And I feel terribly sorry for Janusz. Well, let's look at it from his side: he meets the woman he falls in love with. Unfortunately, she loves another man who is missing and has a child with him. Janu... expand the commentary by agreeing to marry a woman who does not love him to help her and her child, thus giving up a possible life for someone who loves him. He raises his daughter as his own, tries to be a good father and husband, and his wife keeps on and on talking about another man with such love as she never had for her husband. At the end of her life, her daughter and granddaughter find out about Stefan. After reading the confession, I have the impression that the author pushed Janusz to the next throne, while praising her grandmother. Of course she also deserves praise for her dedication to her daughter, but this does not change the fact that Janusz suffered a lot in my opinion.
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*torium and *feelings; self-correction.*
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The story of not being faithful to the woman you love about Stefan and his sadness, was actually a wonderful woman...
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Explain to me how a woman was supposed to deal with a baby where she wasn't sure that her beloved would come back?
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If she loved him very much, she'd find other help. The rest. I didn't live in those days, but if I were to betray my beloved, I'd be mad at myself.
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He could be fucking dead... What other help?
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It's not at all touching
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A wonderful story :)
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Beautiful!
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bountiful story
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What the fuck is he supposed to hear? He's dead and I don't think there's a net there.
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You know, when you announce an anonymous confession, "a more tense love story in the world", you have to end it somehow pathetically... It's embarrassing for me to address someone personally on a site like this, but, um... unfold the commentary that I'm just too cynical
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So after about forty years, your mom finally found out who her father was.
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I cried. Wow... This story shows how great love is. Your grandmother gave up her own happiness to give it to you. I admire this woman
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Grandpa was on a mission 40 years ago, I wonder where?
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True, it's touching to cry
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She doesn't usually cry at confessions, but it touched me Just don't understand what you're supposed to blame her for?
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You still want to blame her for that? Abnormal?
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