Re: Should I tell my son I am not his biological father?
Tell him you have something important that you need to discuss.
When you start the discussion, tell him you know that it's something that he is likely to get upset about (he'll probably assume you're gay, or splitting up, etc) but that he needs to know for the very valid medical reasons 225985 mentioned. This will give him a chance to ready himself, and to be ready for his emotion that he is going to be upset and his world upside down for a while - but at the same time that you're putting his needs above your own guilt/concerns.
Then it won't sound so corny when you say you care and that you would have kept it from your son forever but also felt he should know the truth.
It also means you're telling him for his sake - not for your own. which should be the case <hint>
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