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crazy ass mother f#cker

Posted by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:21 AM
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My dd is five and her father had never really been in her life the last time age saw him was her third birthday. So she has no idea Who he is. I heard he got his gf pregnant and had a son. I got a email from he the other day and they broke up cause he's psycho. She wants out children to know each other and I agree, but hire do I explain to my dd she has a brother.
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sallyblueeyes
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:24 AM
Bunko
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sallyblueeyes
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:25 AM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:27 AM
That's a tough one. I would just tell her that she has a brother and answer any questions the best I can. I would make a point of not saying anything bad about my ex. Maybe say something like he wasn't ready to be a Dad yet, but he loves you very much or try to avoid the Dad topic altogether.
Toxic.Stardust
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:27 AM

auto correct get you? I've had mine try to change bump to bunko before lol.

I don't know what I would do, sorry. here's a bunko ;)

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Bunko


CheesyKitty
by Cm Addict on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:29 AM
Introduce them as friends. It won't be so hurtful if/when this girl turns crazy too to lose a friend vs a brother.You can always get deeper into it as time goes on if they stick around.


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sallyblueeyes
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:29 AM
She's Very emotional so I'm worried she will keep asking about him and be upset that he will never be in her life.


Quoting Anonymous:

That's a tough one. I would just tell her that she has a brother and answer any questions the best I can. I would make a point of not saying anything bad about my ex. Maybe say something like he wasn't ready to be a Dad yet, but he loves you very much or try to avoid the Dad topic altogether.

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sallyblueeyes
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:31 AM
He"father" has always been crazy that's why I kicked him out. He barricaded himself in his room with a machete when I asked him to leave and has threatened to kidnap her.


Quoting CheesyKitty:

Introduce them as friends. It won't be so hurtful if/when this girl turns crazy too to lose a friend vs a brother.You can always get deeper into it as time goes on if they stick around.






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2BRBgirlz
by on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:31 AM

Tell her the truth, I think.  Kids are smart.  If she finds out later in life that you were anything but truthful, I would think she would be more hurt.

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CheesyKitty
by Cm Addict on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:33 AM
That's understandable. But you don't know this woman well, I wouldn't give her such an emotional connection right away.


Quoting sallyblueeyes:

He"father" has always been crazy that's why I kicked him out. He barricaded himself in his room with a machete when I asked him to leave and has threatened to kidnap her.




Quoting CheesyKitty:

Introduce them as friends. It won't be so hurtful if/when this girl turns crazy too to lose a friend vs a brother.You can always get deeper into it as time goes on if they stick around.










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SissyAnn141
by Gold Member on Mar. 15, 2013 at 1:43 AM

 

Quoting Anonymous:

That's a tough one. I would just tell her that she has a brother and answer any questions the best I can. I would make a point of not saying anything bad about my ex. Maybe say something like he wasn't ready to be a Dad yet, but he loves you very much or try to avoid the Dad topic altogether.

 Be honest, and just answer any questions that are asked, also

   "BE NICE".

  I would tell her, the relationship, between you both did not work out.

     Not ready to be a dad, Implies, her fault.

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