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I was shocked and said, “What?!”
“Yeah,” she said, “Mom told me that you have a son with a woman.”
Um, 100 percent not true.
I started to think about it and I’m pretty sure that my ex told our daughter this so that I would look like the bad person that caused our divorce.
I want to ask my ex why she did this, and tell her that she needs to talk to our daughter and tell her the truth, or I will.
My relationship with my daughter was great, and then it started to change. It occurs to me that this is probably the reason why.
What should I do? Should I try to fix this, or should I try to forget about it?
Dad: Your former wife’s infidelity led to the ending of your marriage.
You quite obviously shielded your young daughter from the truth during her childhood, perhaps to protect and preserve your privacy, as well as her relationship with her mother.
She is an adult now. At this point the truth behind your breakup has taken on some bizarre characteristics.
Do NOT say to your ex: “Either you tell the truth, or I will.”
You should not trust your ex with any version of this story. Her lie is profound and hurtful; don’t tempt her to embellish further or to put her own spin on these long-ago events.
You should tell your daughter the truth. Don’t re-litigate decades-old hurts. Just tell her the truth and answer any questions she might have.
Dear Amy: A few years ago, I was abruptly ghosted by a friend.
I asked what was wrong, but received no reply. I have a suspicion as to the reason, which is based upon a slanderous falsehood that she was told about me.
This still bothers me, both because of the lie and the way that I was so abruptly dropped.
Should I just accept it and move on, or should I try to find out for sure why I was ghosted by contacting my now ex-friend?
Ghosted: You’ve already asked your ex-friend why she abruptly pulled away. Don’t ask again.
You have also tried to accept this and have not been able to. I vote for the truth.
This person is already ghosting you. Bottom line, she will probably continue, no matter what. You have one shot at this, so make it good.
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