My adopted brother (who’s now in his mid-20s) learned that his biological father was recently released from prison after serving 14 years for the severe child abuse that he inflicted on his four children. My brother’s one question was: “Do you think he’d like to see me?” I didn’t really know how to answer that one.
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- sweetcarolinealine said: He’s curious, but I would caution him. What he’s feeling is normal. Having grown up in and around that kind of situation I always say, call first and visit later. Months of calls would suffice, but no, I would not drive to him or seek him out in that way.
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- lolkay said: Oh man :( I wish I knew something good to say!! I hope everything turns out well.
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- asimpledad said: I am sure you will give him the best advice
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- northernmomma said: I thing I would ask what he needs….why he would need to see him…does he need closure? Does he hope he is different…I would also warn that he may be setting himself up for more mental pain…just give him some things to think about and be there
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- rockabillymomma said: That is hard.
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