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Problems at Home
Problems at home

When Dad retired, I became the centre of his life. I was glad of his help: taking me out to my car, opening the garage doors for me and carrying my bags. The whole street must have known when I was taking my car out of the garage, as Dad shouted, ‘Turn the wheel more to the right. Woah! Stop!’ He totally confused me. When he saw me turn on my car radio and wave goodbye, he frowned with disapproval. He didn't think I should be listening to the radio as it might distract me from driving.

He started to wait for me to come home so that he could help me in, and I felt under pressure to be home ...

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