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People who haven’t experienced this will have difficulty understanding what the big deal is, but it forces you to re-examine your entire life, the good and the bad, which for me was mostly bad. I also just found out via Ancestry DNA that my dad was not my biological father and I don't know what dont know what do to with the info. I went through the exact situation your dealing with.

I spent three years in counseling and had to remove myself from my mother at the time.

I only know the name of my "uncle" and I've narrowed it down to 2 brothers - I don't even know if they are ali ve. If you need to talk, question, or vent email me at [email protected] He explained to me he was in the milatary and my mother left him and took me with her after the got Married, when he came back looking for his family she had started a new relationship. I feel lost and betrayed and still try to deal with all that's going on. I have not told anyone, I have not told my children that they have a grandfather.

Godspeed My bio- father found me via Facebook after 40 years. I have a grandmother who is still alive and wants to meet me, my kids have a great-grandmother.

by Shallyn (Texas) In 1992 after having my first child, my Mother decides to tell me that my Dad is not my biological father. My Mother told me this out of her own hurt and bitterness toward my Dad, hoping by telling me this it would hurt him instead.

I felt myself falling into a depression shortly after but mentally blocked it from my mind knowing I had to take care of my daughter.

So, my mom basically had no choice but to finally tell me the truth.

She is very relieved, so talking seems to have worked for all, in this case. I agree that this is a big deal, and we all need to give ourselves time to heal.

I found myself in some type of identity crisis for years.