As some of you know there has been a bit of chaos in my home lately regarding my daughter and her DNA paternity. Recently, an old boyfried from way back(about 23 years ago) contacted me and started asking questions. I confessed to him that yes she could be his biologically. My husband has always known that there was the chance that he was not the bio father and he loved her as his own anyway. I never told my daughter because I always felt like she was too young to understand and her daddy was her daddy. Always had been, always will be. Well Tom, the old boyfriend wanted to have dna down because he wanted to know for sure.WHY, HE HAD NOT BEEN THERE FOR 23 YEARS...MY DAUGHTER IS 22 AND WILL BE 23 IN DECEMBER. Well, I confessed to my daughter and she agreed to the test as long as her daddy didn't have to know. I agreed. Everything seemed fine, we did the test, turned out he was not bio (tom wasn't) and I thought all was good. Until my husband got on my computer one night and started reading all info there was on anything and everything....he packed his things and left that day. I tried to call my daughter to let her know that her dad was leaving and she never even called back to see if i was okay. In fact, to this day I still have not been able to get her to talk to me. It is as though she has just disowned me and I have no idea why. I have always been the one there to protect her. I was the parent that had an open mind and accepted her being gay. My heart is just breaking in 2. she has always been my baby and has always called me to let me know she is okay or just to say "Hi, Mom". I have been crying my eyes out over this today because i just don't know what to do. I wnat to give her time to process what ever it is that is going on in her head, but i feel like i am dying in the process......
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