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post #76 of 84 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 11:00 PM
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Re: The baby is mine and he does not know

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She may not deserve the opportunity to break the news to him but she will get it. Either way he will find out tomorrow.



Its a boyfriend not a husband, not that it matters.


So...hoping you don't have broken arms, (you still alive??)
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post #77 of 84 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 11:08 PM
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So he posted this in the WW section of SI and most of the WS there told him to just leave and let the other man raise the child as his own. In other words they advocated for paternity fraud. I didn't see much sympathy for the BS at all. The difference is stark.

These are the people giving advice to other WWs.

Just remember these are the people you want to R with, or you recommend others to R with.

That site is a cesspool. But again it gives you a very good idea with the types of morals WS have.
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So he posted this in the WW section of SI and most of the WS there told him to just leave and let the other man raise the child as his own. In other words they advocated for paternity fraud. I didn't see much sympathy for the BS at all. The difference is stark.

These are the people giving advice to other WWs.

Just remember these are the people you want to R with, or you recommend others to R with.

That site is a cesspool. But again it gives you a very good idea with the types of morals WS have.
All WW/WH's are not of the same mind. Clearly there are some who are hanging out at SI that would advise paternity fraud. It does not mean that all WW/WH's would advise this.
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So he posted this in the WW section of SI and most of the WS there told him to just leave and let the other man raise the child as his own. In other words they advocated for paternity fraud. I didn't see much sympathy for the BS at all. The difference is stark.

These are the people giving advice to other WWs.

Just remember these are the people you want to R with, or you recommend others to R with.

That site is a cesspool. But again it gives you a very good idea with the types of morals WS have.
What? There were four replies on that thread, correct?

One said "honesty is best all around," two told him to see a lawyer to get his rights established, and one advised him to really look at whether he wanted to be with that woman or not.

How did you get advising paternity fraud out of that?

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What? There were four replies on that thread, correct?

One said "honesty is best all around," two told him to see a lawyer to get his rights established, and one advised him to really look at whether he wanted to be with that woman or not.

How did you get advising paternity fraud out of that?
Oh good grief. I just read that thread. Talk about him misrepresenting the replies on this thread.
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I just read that thread.

Our hero actually has the cajones to claim that sure, her boyfriend will be hurt and upset but hey, he and his OW would just make SUCH a happy family, don't you know? How compassionate to completely blow off someone else's pain and justify your low rent, dirt bag behavior.

Youth (while being incredibly STUPID sometimes and definitely naive) is wasted on the young.
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First off, don't ever assume you know the whole picture and pass judgement like this.

I was just here looking for advice on whether to leave her to make the decisions on my role with the her and the kid or if I should put more pressure on her to come clean.

I understand your point of view but please have a little respect for me and the situation.

There are kids involved and we are trying to do what is best for them in the long run.
IF you was this man.. would you want to be on the hook paying child support for another man's kid??? I feel bad for her husband/ BF, who ever he is.. I wouldn't have respect for this woman and if you are a good man , you would not allow another man to PAY for your offspring.. that's how some of us see this.. the truth NEEDS to be told.. it's a terrible injustice.
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I'm curious - is she asking you to buy things for this baby? Clothes, crib, stroller, etc?
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Re: The baby is mine and he does not know

tell the boyfriend he should know what he's getting into.
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