New here, looking for some advice.

AuntieWashey - posted on 10/19/2015 ( 3 moms have responded )




I'm hoping to get some advice on a topic that has been bugging me for years.


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Raye - posted on 10/19/2015




I'm not a member of that group, so I'll answer here.

So, your sister lied to her daughter about who her father is. Your niece is nearly19 years old, and an adult, so her moms' guardianship of her has passed. You should not feel guilty about telling her the truth and let her decide if she wants to tell her natural father. Yes, her mom should have told her the truth a long time ago (and told the real father as well). She committed fraud and denied her child of her father's love that she could have had this whole time. She may have had good intentions at the time to make that decision, but it was selfish of her to lie and take the easy way versus doing right by her daughter.

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