i am going to start by letting ya'll know that i lost my parents last year within 6 months apart of one another. i have been doing the grieving thing & just a few minutes ago i got a call from my sister in NC & she told me that she had something to tell me that was going to blow my mind. she told me that my father whom i always thought was my father isn't. she told me that my biological father is a man that i have known since i've been in the rooms of aa. i don't know what to think or do. i am floored & hurt & i can't ask my parents why in the hell they never told me before. it's true i never looked like anyone in my family but i just thought oh well. all these things are running in my head & i don't know what to do with any or it. someone please help.i am so hurt & my biological father & i have been friends since i joined aa please help. donna
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