Lady Narrates How Dad Killed Himself After Discovering All Four Children In 39 Years Of Marriage Are Not His


My Dad Killed Himself Following Discovery That All Four Children Are Not His After 40 Years In Marriage - Lady NarratesA lady has narrated a heartbreaking story of how her father killed himself after discovering that all ‘his’ four children in 39 years of marriage are not his.

In a lengthy post shared on social media, the lady who kept herself anonymous, revealed that the 59-year-old man, who she thought was her father, met her 59-year-old mother at age 16.

She noted that her parents dated for four years before getting pregnant with their first child – a baby girl who is now 39.

The lady stated that he dropped out of higher institution and abandoned his dream of becoming a medical doctor in order to raise a family.

She said he then got married to her mother and started working at a desk job at the company of his father-in-law to make ends meet.

The lady stated that her parents later had three other children, who are also girls, including herself.

Unfortunately, after 40 years of marriage, her supposed father found out that he had been caring for four children that are not his but that of a close friend.

The lady said her mother later confessed about her 11-year-old affair with one of my dad’s friend who was a neighbor at a point of their lives.

Following the confession, the disheartened man went missing for three days until her grandfather found him dead at their family fishing cabin, where he had hung himself.

Read the full story below;

This is gonna be very long, sorry about that. My parents were high school sweethearts, they started dating when they were both 16, they dated for 4 years and then my mom(59F) got pregnant with my oldest sister(39F) then my dad(59M) did “the right thing”, he dropped out of college (he was on the path to medical school, it was his dream to become a doctor), married mom and started working at a desk job at my grandpa(80M) company, my parents later “had” three other kids, my older sisters (35F),(33F) and me (30F).

The lady stressed;

My childhood was pretty normal, dad worked, mom stayed at home taking care of me and my sisters, dad was always very present in our lives, I and my sisters were always daddy’s girls, we were very attached to him, I was particularly close to him, we had a really deep bond, when I was 13 I was diagnosed with leukemia and he never left my side, he held my hand during chemo sessions during the whole time, he consoled me when I had my first heartbreak and assured me that everything would be alright, he taught me how to drive, he walked me down the aisle 3 years ago when I married my husband and told me that was one of the happiest days of his life, I was always his favorite as well.

She expressed;

My parents were happy, I never saw them fighting or anything like that, my dad took my mom on date nights at least twice a week, he spoiled her a LOT and they seem really in love. My parents were the perfect couple, everyone saw them as something flawless, an example of true love. My mom was my dad only one, and dad “was” mom only one, it was something that he was very proud of that it was really special for him, I felt really bad when I lost my virginity to my ex-boyfriend and realized that I couldn’t ever have the same thing as my parents.

The lady further narrated;

My dad’s mom died during birth and grandpa raised him as a single parent, he never remarried (or dated anyone after her death as far as I know), grandpa refused to talk about grandma, it was very painful for him, he never met anyone from grandma’s side of the family and grandpa didn’t talk much about her. In June I bought a 23andme kit (a DNA genetic testing and analysis tool) for me and dad, I thought that would be cool to see if he had any relatives on grandma’s side and we did the tests together. We did the tests, I found out that I had 2 half brothers and that we shared the same father.

She stressed;

We were honestly confused, I and dad didn’t understand that, we thought that this was a mistake when we told mom about this she froze, she started crying, we pressured her a bit more and that’s when she confessed about her 11-year-old affair with one of my dad’s friend, he was our neighbor at a certain point of our lives and he was in the same class as dad and mom, I remember seeing him around when I was a kid, he was a close friend of the family. Dad was in denial, he thought that it was a mistake, I and my sisters ended up doing the test at a hospital, 3 days later the results arrived, no one matched with dad, he was not our father.

The lady concluded;

For the first time in 30 years of my life, I saw my dad cry, not a normal cry, sobbing, like a kid. We tried to talk to him, he got up, grabbed his keys and left, we tried to call like a hundred times and he didn’t answer, my mom was having a panic attack so my oldest sister took her to the hospital. We didn’t hear from dad for 3 whole days. We searched for him everywhere. Eventually, my grandpa found him at the family fishing cabin, he had hanged himself. He didn’t leave any notes or anything like that.

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