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I just found out the other day that my son Dylan has a half brother that I didnt know exsisted and is about to turn 1 on the 2nd September. Dylan's father hasnt made a effort to see him since jan 2005 and the only reason I found out was that the baby cried in the back ground and he said there was no baby there and his wife yelled out in the back ground that it was his son. Not only doesnt this man deny Dylan he pretended like his other son didnt exsist either. I am sitting here crying that my son means nothing to him and after 5 years its shouldn't hurt so much but it does. What am I meant to tell Dylan when he is older?
You do have a right to be angry, anyone in your situation would be angry and upset.
I don't really have any advice to give you because I have never been in your position but I just wanted to let you know that your feelings are valid and we're all here for you :hugs:
aww poor you. He obviously needs to grow up if he thinks that lying is a better option than facing reality.
Goodluck to you and your little boy:fingerscrossed:
Oh Katie, that is unbelievable ( I know probably not ). I can understand why you feel so angry. I can't offer much advice but have a :hugs: . I am always around if you wanna chat, PM me and we can swap info if you like :)
♥My Innocent Angel♥
ohhh KT hun you have every right to be angry and do what you need to do to make the situation best for you and your son do not think of how it will effect him or his family as you know what is right in ur heart :hugs: for you and anytime you want to chat you know where to find me :hugs: :hugs: :hugs: MORE hugs coming your way
You have every right to feel what you are feeling :hugs:
What am I meant to tell Dylan when he is older?
The truth, of course. I the difficult situations I always try to give my sons an honest and direct answer. You have every right to say "Your Dad was not interested in you. He did not want you to know you have a brother", etc. Please note, I do not suggest blaming and name calling. There is a big difference between "You Dad does not like to be with you" and "your Dad is an ignorant and selfish *******" The first statement describes the behavior, the second one - the person. Tell Dylan the truth about the facts - he well make his own conclusions when he is old enough.
You are a great mother! :hugs:
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