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The OTHER woman

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and her kids.

Are you an other woman that had kids? Are you the kid of an 'other' woman. What was or is your experience?
Posted by Anonymous on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:48 AM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:49 AM
Wow no but that has got to be an crappy experience.
Anonymous
by Anonymous 3 on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:50 AM
Is this the topic of the night?
kristiwalker09
by on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:51 AM
I've got a son with my ex. He has kids with his ex. He's cheated on everyone and barely does contact with any of his kids now. My family adores my son and so does my boyfriend. He doesn't suffer any for it.
PinkGlitterBomb
by on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:51 AM
I'm not and never would be (on purpose) the other woman, but I am the result of an affair. My biological father was married when he and my biological mother met and started seeing each other. The affair was exposed when she got pregnant ( on purpose on her part). They gave me up for adoption, my bio father tried to save his marriage but ended up divorcing. My bio mother is a nasty piece of work, and my bio father is a generally good man who made some stupid choices. His ex-wife and other daughter hate me and blame me for the break up of their marriage, my bio father and his son and I met when I was 18, and we're pretty close. He really is a good man, he just made some really stupid choices when he was younger.

It's been a good experience, I suppose. I love my parents (the people who raised me). My bm I could do without, but that has nothing to do with the affair and everything to do with her. I have an extra dad and an extra brother, though those relationships are very different from my dad and the brothers I grew up with.
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PinkGlitterBomb
by on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:52 AM
Not always, at least not from the kid's perspective.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Wow no but that has got to be an crappy experience.
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Dardenella
by Ruby Member on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:53 AM

No and no.  I can not imagine myself being so low.

I can not imagine being a hidden family or

having my children feel that they were not good enough to be in a real fulltime family.

I can not imagine being taught that this kind of a like is a good life and they should be happy.

Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Jan. 14, 2015 at 3:56 AM
Its like a rising from the ashes kind of thing.

Quoting PinkGlitterBomb: Not always, at least not from the kid's perspective.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Wow no but that has got to be an crappy experience.
Sassy762
by CAFE SASSY HBIC on Jan. 14, 2015 at 4:02 AM

PinkGlitterBomb
by on Jan. 14, 2015 at 4:03 AM
I'm sure it could be, but again, doesn't always have to be. Mine was just fine.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Its like a rising from the ashes kind of thing.

Quoting PinkGlitterBomb: Not always, at least not from the kid's perspective.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Wow no but that has got to be an crappy experience.
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Jan. 14, 2015 at 4:05 AM
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I am happy you had an adoptive family.:) I meant for the children stuck in those situations.

Quoting PinkGlitterBomb: I'm sure it could be, but again, doesn't always have to be. Mine was just fine.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Its like a rising from the ashes kind of thing.

Quoting PinkGlitterBomb: Not always, at least not from the kid's perspective.

Quoting Anonymous 2: Wow no but that has got to be an crappy experience.
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