My sister's father

I talked to my half sister “M” earlier today. My mom gave her up for adoption 44 years ago. (We have the same biological mother but different fathers.) She contacted my mom and I when I was 18. We've kept in contact by phone all this time. I’m 38 now. I feel kind of bad that “M’s” adoptive parents keep her around basically as a housekeeper while they travel away their retirement. “M” doesn’t do much work because of her health problems.
My sister (I just consider her a sister not “half sister”) told me what our mom told her about her father. She thinks that our mom just had a one night stand and got pregnant and that mom didn’t talk to the man very much. My mom had heard that he passed away.
I’m never supposed to tell “M” that actually my sick f*** alcoholic uncle raped my mom and that’s how “M” was conceived. My sick f*** alcoholic uncle verbally abused his 2 sons and made their lives h***. I don’t know if he ever realized that he got my mom pregnant.
When I was little my mom and I would get together with my sick f*** uncle and his kids a few times a year. I wonder if it made my mom mad? She was clinically depressed for most of my life. My uncle passed away in his mid 40s from a stroke. He pretty much deserved it.

Today's Best Amazon Deals
The Best USB Travel Charger Is Anker's PowerCore Fusion, According To Our Readers
Available from Amazon
ConfessionPost may receive a commission
Get It On Amazon

1 Comment

  • newest
  • oldest
  • most replies
  • most popular
  • Why is it fair for you to know your family story and history and not your sister? Knowing her mother gave her away is one thing but believing in a tainted reason as to why she was adopted is another thing. I think you should tell her the trust, her real dad is not longer living so you don't have to worry about his side of the story. Since your mother is not willing to speak the truth hopefully you will.

Account Login
Is this post inapropriate?
Is this comment inapropriate?
Delete this post?