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Step-family doesn't know he ever existed.

by BecomingLuke on October 16, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I've come to the discovery that my father hasn't told my step-mom or her daughter about my brother, and they've been together for over 2 years now. So therefore she doesn't know why I hate having my birthday recognized, or why I try and hide during holidays. She just thinks that it's because I don't like how the family sees me.
I wish he would tell her, because if I do I'll only get in trouble.

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