They can't not allow themselves to be the center of attention. This person is asking for attention in the wrong place. We should not be required to suffer her victimhood. Although I do not condone this women's behavior, to bring the darkness into light is amazingly courageous. Feel free to resolve whatever you wish with your own though.There is so much pain that, I feel, the only solution is truth that lies within ourselves and to express those mistakes so others can learn. Help and love must never be conditional for those you care about. Even if I wanted to, there is nothing for me to resolve. Just wanted to say Thank you for commenting on my post about how much our stories are alike.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.I met him one time when I was 17, but I did not know who he was.I am 42 years old now and for 18 years I still remain without complete peace and find that the "situation" comes up and haunts me now and then.It is possible to do that without resolving the issues with our Mothers.I am still not talking to my mom and when asked I simply say I am just trying to work on my own feelings right now and can't even begin to work on that relationship yet.
Only one of my siblings talk with me and I have two more who don't.
I found myself in some type of identity crisis for years. I am 54 years old, and from 45 onward I demanded answers and help with finding my birth father and she gave me none.
After seeking answers from spiritual guides, church, praying, counseling, etc., I still do not know how to let this go completely. I have finally told myself not seek answers from anywhere else and just wait on God to come through and bring me a peace that only he can give. She actually told me to get a lawyer and to not talk to her until I could be a better daughter.
I wanted to share my story here in hopes that reaching out, I may stumble upon "the answer". So, once I did find my father 3yrs later, he had passed away.
Main Discussion Page - Who is my biological father? When my father and my mother forsake me, Then the LORD will take care of me. Even many still know their biological fathers but boil with evil of divers categories within. Today I still have no contact with my mother and I could care less.