I adopted my daughter at her birth. That was 18 years ago. I always told myself that it wasn't fair to continue lying to her so I told myself that when she turned 18 (NOT the exact DAY she turned 18...how cruel to do that on her b'day) that she was adopted. Well, I asked my pals what they thought I should do and they all said to tell her before she found out elsewhere and hated me for it. I listened to them and told her. Now my daughter is VERY upset with me for telling her. She said that she would have rather not ever have known and now she won't talk to me. What do I do? Did I do the right thing by telling her?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:54 AM on Oct. 3, 2008 in Adoption
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