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Kadijah

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I hadn't even considered that.

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I hope this is meant as sarcasm. :10500: Almost every woman I know would take in her man's kids and love them as her own, and should she and pops split, would continue the association with the kid. One of my old co-workers was saying that her son was disputing one of HIS sons by his ex-. The co-worker said she had loved that boy (about 7 at the time) all his life, he called her 'grannie' and that she would continue to send gifts, cards, etc. on special days... as well as spend time with him.... and love him as unconditionally as she did the children her son didn't "dispute." She added, somewhat embarrassed, 'after all, what if they got proof and he turned out to be her grandson all along and she had ignored him?' I asked her, grinning: "Well, what happens if he turns out NOT to your biological grandson?" She said sheepishly, "Doesn't matter. I love him."
 

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I hope this is meant as sarcasm. :10500: Almost every woman I know would take in her man's kids and love them as her own, and should she and pops split, would continue the association with the kid. One of my old co-workers was saying that her son was disputing one of HIS sons by his ex-. The co-worker said she had loved that boy (about 7 at the time) all his life, he called her 'grannie' and that she would continue to send gifts, cards, etc. on special days... as well as spend time with him.... and love him as unconditionally as she did the children her son didn't "dispute." She added, somewhat embarrassed, 'after all, what if they got proof and he turned out to be her grandson all along and she had ignored him?' I asked her, grinning: "Well, what happens if he turns out NOT to your biological grandson?" She said sheepishly, "Doesn't matter. I love him."

Almost every woman I know say they don't want someone elses kids around. In fact, many in here have said as much






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Queenie

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Almost every woman I know say they don't want someone elses kids around. In fact, many in here have said as much






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Do you think that might be because sometimes the biological mother of the children creates 'drama' for the other woman? Especially if the mother's relationship with the man ended bitterly. What if there is some unresolved anger between the two? In situations like that, I think I would be hesitant to attempt to play a mother's role for the children.

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Kadijah

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Do you think that might be because sometimes the biological mother of the children creates 'drama' for the other woman? Especially if the mother's relationship with the man ended bitterly. What if there is some unresolved anger between the two? In situations like that, I think I would be hesitant to attempt to play a mother's role for the children.

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My assumption is that they're playing goose and gander here and that the child lives with the father and step-mother. Would you refuse your love to the child living in your home? If you felt inadequate, why would you marry the man in the first place? :10500:
 

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