I havent spoke to my dad for like 6 yrs.He left my mom when she was 8 month pregnant with me ( he got his now wife pregnant) hence my half brother just being a couple of months younger then me. Anyway he was always in and out of my life. My god father his best friend was more of a father to mea nd seemed more concerned about me then my father ever was.So when I was about 17 all of a sudden he wants to be in my life .For some reason I'm a very forgiving person. So me and me godfather who I call dad which my real father hates because I call him Daniel decided to take a road trip to Florida.When we got there we met him in my cousins house he came with his wife and my sister who when I arrive greated me with dirty looks and a fack smile.After 5 minutes of me being there she threw some kind of fit and walked out with my so called sister. So he left. By the way I forgot to say that she threw my fathers phone out the window while he was talking to me once. What a bi***. Well the whole time I was there i felt like he was hiding me like I was the love child of some kind of afare he had had she forgotten that she was the other women before he left my mom. I went back home and ignored his calls he asked me once if everything was ok but I felt like I was gonna cry so I told him Id talk to him later and never spoke to him again. So my question to you guys is should I get in contact with my father now since my mothers gone and see if I can have a relationship with him or should I just leave it for what it is.
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