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post #76 of 86 (permalink) Old 09-15-2016, 03:49 PM
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In other words, you're procrastinating because you don't want to have the discussion.

What will this 'right moment' look like??


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He has been told, and he is OK with it.
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He has been told, and he is OK with it.
I am glad that you did. I didn't find out until I was almost 30 and married. At least he had a loving father in his life. Good on you @MAJDEATH.

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He has been told, and he is OK with it.
I know you said your wife wasn't ok with telling him. Did the two of you have a meeting of the minds on this? How are the two of you doing?

I'm not surprised that your son is ok with it. It shows him that you CHOSE to be his father, which says a lot about your character. There's a lot to respect in a man who chose to raise and love another man's child as his own.

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He has been told, and he is OK with it.
Did you tell him?

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He has been told, and he is OK with it.
Did you tell him?
He and I went out for dinner, and we discussed his biology, along with many other things he had questions about.
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Re: Should I tell my son I am not his biological father?

Thought you said his mother told him and then you talked with him. Maybe, I'm recalling it differently.
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This....This is the nub of the stick that pokes me in the eye when the light of day energizes my optic nerve....SunCMars.... The Allegory of the Cave--> On this, I did a '180' and stepped out.

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You 'reeled' me in so I checked my facts. My memory serves me correctly.
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You 'reeled' me in so I checked my facts. My memory serves me correctly.
Yes, you are the Big Fish that got away!

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Thought you said his mother told him and then you talked with him. Maybe, I'm recalling it differently.
I wanted to make sure he got the facts, from a man's perspective.

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