I was a product of my father's previous marriage. He left my mother when I was only two years of age. Earlier this year, I met up with him and tried to reconcile. He just spoke about "his kids" from the second marriage that he raised. He threw their successes into my face before telling me to leave soon after.
I never had a father throughout my life (and really paid the price of it). And, just as soon as I thought that I was over those abandonment issues, I could have accurately said that he was mean enough to reopen the wounds of Jesus Christ.
Is this normal for children of a previous marriage to be rejected by a bio father twenty to thirty years after?
Thanks in advance
Asked by Anonymous at 11:22 AM on May. 17, 2010 in Relationships
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