In this drama monologue, SANDRA talks to her father about his actions and the wrongful deed he has done without being as honest as he could and should have been.
Sandra: You should have told me. If you would have told me, I would have helped you. You went behind my back and used my good name.
Why? (slight pause.) Don’t you think I would have found out sooner or later? Do you even think for a second that I wouldn’t have been there for you?
You’ve changed. You’ve become this fragile man and I—one direct blow from my voice could send you falling over. What’s the point? I know you are aware of your wrongs and I almost wish I could allow myself to lash out at you, to release all the anger I carry inside.
I am your daughter…how can you do this to me?