My baby's father's daughter is having trouble getting over his recent divorce, being with me, and suddenly having a half sister. Me and her father have been together for more than 5 years and he was seperated the last 3 but he told his daughter we had a brief affair and then got back together a couple months before I got pregnant, so of coarse this all seems sudden to her. I made a couple of phone calls to his ex-wife (her mother) over 2 years ago when our affair was a secret on his end. I was drunk and have apologized for this. The daughter (27 years old) won't let it go and I feel like I'm hanging on some cross. I'm over 2 years sober now. I'm trying to be understanding and patient of her feelings but how long do I have to pay for my poor decisions as a drunk when I'm trying to move forward?
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