Is it embarrassing that I'm the product of an affair between my drug-addicted mom and her dentist?

Basically, my druggie mom with jacked up teeth cheated on my dad by fucking her dentist (my bio dad) and tried to hide it from the man I see as my actual father bc he actually raised me and is the bio dad of my other siblings. My mom tried to hide it from him for years but I started to look like my bio dad and my dad was able to tell. The only reason my dad stays with her is for us. I feel so ashamed even tho it's not my fault and I hate that my favourite parent isn't even my blood parent. My other siblings don't even know too.

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  • No it's not embarrassing. You're you. Your identity is not a linked to how you were conceived or even who. Focus on you and not where the egg and sperm came from. Be so grateful that you have a dad who, from the way you write it, loves you and is willing to care for his family.

  • Shouldn't be embarrassing. You had no control over how you were conceived. We just have to play the cards we are dealt.

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  • I understand it is uncomfortable to see that, but you shouldn't feel embarrassed. He is your dad not because of the blood, but because he was there for you all that time

  • I believe there needs to be a country-wide mandatory DNA tests for every kid that is born so every father knows who his bio kid is and every kid knows who their bio father is. imagine if the kid has a genetic disease inherited only from the bio father that can only be cured with a blood sample from the bio father but the bio father was unknown. this could prove disastrous for the kid.

    • Are you in Canada too?

  • nothing for you to be embarrassed about

  • Your mom is a ho, she lucky that he didn't killed her when he find out about that.

  • It shouldn't be. Many or most births are unplanned. If you have a good relationship with your father then you have more than a lot of people.

  • You have no reason to feel ashamed or embarrassed. One important thing is that none of us chooses our biological parents. If anyone should be embarrassed, it's your mother and her dentist. I give credit to your dad for being there for you.

  • I can feel why you wrote this so I won't bother with "why are you ashamed" and stuff
    Tell me what can help you feel a bit better?
    What can I do for you?
    Don't hesitate to tell even you're sure I won't do that
    Be crazy enough :) normal peoples world won't help you I guess

  • You shouldn't be embarrassed but I can understand you feeling humiliated and shamed by your mom.

    I am not sure what is best for you. It seems to me if you are around her you will constantly feel those emotions and clearly you need to stop feeling shamed by her.

    At the same time at your age you need to set up your life through work or study.

  • She must be the one I've heard about!! This woman went to see her dentist and, after he took a look at her teeth he said, "I'm gonna have to do some drilling." She said, "Ooo! I'd rather have a baby!!" He said, "Make up your mind. I gotta adjust the chair."

  • When your mum runs out of teeth she'll stop seeing the other guy

  • Na nothing to be ashamed of you were just born into it like If Hitler had a kid but if the kid hated his father and openly called him a fucking asshat is their really anything to hate about the kid

  • no just a bit sad!

  • This could be criteria for a movie! "Dentistry" In a world where an extraction turns into an insertion, anonymous is born. Available on Disney+!

  • Act as if you did not know the truth, live your life as a daughter, a mother, a father and brothers until you are able to infer, be independent and confront your mother with her mistakes... Unfortunately, for this reason and also for religious reasons, the two partners should not be in a sexual relationship without getting married 👰

  • Anybody can be a father. But a true dad will cover you protect you and guide you and feed you and watch over you. You may want to sit down with your dad and talk with him. He may not realize what he's doing.

  • you shouldn't be ashamed, it's not your fault, and as long as he loves you and treats you well he would still be your dad, real parents are the ones that raise.