I've just heard of yet another situation where a kid finds out that either one or both of their parents aren't their biological parents at age of 16 due to drivers education. The birth certificate is required the parents then have to explain why the kids birth certificate doesn't say what they expected.
The same thing happened with my cousin- they kept telling her that they couldn't get her birth certificate, couldn't find it, whatever. so one day she went looking for it and wondered why her&her mom's name was the maiden name.
Just wondering- why wait so long to tell them?
When I think of all the stuff my aunt and uncle did to cover up something that pretty much everyone already knew, seems like it would have been easier just to fess up and explain.
thing slike nothing on the anniv. cakes of how long married, your cousin looks like a long gone relative, on and on.
can anyone give insight?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:23 PM on Mar. 18, 2010 in Relationships
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