Broken Promises

Since Adam has been resurrected from the dead, he has been on a destructive path. He has lashed out at all his family members, and hasn’t given a second thought about how it would affect his children, whom he claim to love so much. Before Chloe attempted to kill Adam, he had made amends with his family and he, Chelsea and Connor were going to assume new identities with the help of his father and start life anew. Chelsea and Adam were very much in love and had built the perfect family life for their son Connor. Connor has always adored his dad and while happy to learn his father was alive, he had not been to thrilled about not being allowed to live with his dad. Adam promised his beloved son that he would always be there for him, and now it seems he has reneged on his promise.

On Friday’s episode of the Young and the Restless, Adams told Chelsea he was leaving town and he wanted her to let Connor know why he had to leave. Chelsea, rightfully upset told Adam she wasn’t going to make this easy on him and demanded that if he was going to break him promise and hurt their son by leaving he would have to tell him so himself! A heartbroken Connor cried and begged his father not to leave him, even stating he would ask the judge to let him live half of the time with him. Adam tried to explain to his son that he would be better off without him and that he was leaving so that he could have a chance at a better life being raised by Chelsea and Nick. It makes one wonder if Adam had finally realized why Victor allowed his mother Hope and her husband to raise him. Although, Adam should also realize how Victor’s decision destroyed his adult life. Should Adam keep his promise to Connor and stick around, or would it be better for Connor in the long run if Adam were not a part of his life? Drop a comment below and let us know your opinion on this situation and don’t forget to tune in to The Young and the Restless weekdays on CBS to find out whether Connor words have convinced Adam to stay in Geno City.

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