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I wanted to share my story here in hopes that reaching out, I may stumble upon "the answer".Main Discussion Page - Who is my biological father?Seven months ago, the son of the couple located me on Facebook. Much to my surprise, after some prodding and pleading on my part for information of long ago, he confessed that he was my real father. I just need an open honest conversation and then I can try to heal. My whole life she was selfless and gave to everyone else before herself.Excited to finally catch-up with him and see how everyone was doing, I soon found out that his mom & dad divorced years ago, both remarried, she eventually passed away and he was now 80 and crippled. I vowed to not loose touch again, as he was living alone and enjoyed our reminiscing and talks as much as I did. He & my mom had an affair many years ago and she became pregnant. Its just so crazy to think this actually happened, so hard to believe. I'm not sure what I am being taught yet but this is a horrible way to teach someone something, espically when they didn't create the situation. I don't understand all the societal pressures she faced because things were very different.

Once someone shows up as immediate family, there will be more doors open.

If anyone is interested, GEDmatch is also a great site, as it links Ancestry, 23 and Me, etc. Hugs, Traci Dear Tricia, I'm so sorry you are going through this also. You are very smart to get it done before you don't have that option to. I read some posts about how some have felt pushed away from siblings and others have been ok.

Its heartbreaking to read that so many others are going through it. I don't want to lose my brother so I have not told him yet.

After three years, I found myself able to talk about the "situation" without having a full blown anxiety attack and my spiritual journey began.

When my mother told me this, my biological father had been dead for 2 years.

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