Just got a call from someone claiming to be my son . How do I initiate a conversation. Tell me about the last eighteen years. And by the way who is your mom again?
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Get a DNA test and go from there
Tough situation....gotta go for it though, he's your son after all
You initiate conversation by googling how to get a DNA paternity test
You need to ask this kid for a picture of his mom, if she's a 10, consider the paternity test, if she's a 2, tell the kid sorry no speak english.
Actually ask that question first.
Can someone say, adoption, maybe?
Priority #1 is find out who Mom is. It sounds like she puts out and doesn't bother with pesky details.
How about everyone stop being stupid. I found out I have a 22 yr old sister 2 years ago and life is good.
Who is being stupid? I don't want to sound ungrateful to your sharing of the minuscule details of your personal life and all...but that's not even close to being relevant here. Finding out you have a sister and finding out you have a CHILD are hardly comparable. For example, what legal responsibilities do you have to your sister? Exactly.
Don't you think that our father is involved. It's a lot better to deal with it right away, bacause sooner or later, you'll have to deal with it.
I love that most of the comments on here are fucking retarded. "If she's a 2, no speak English." "If he's 18 you have no responsibility." You fucked EACHOTHER so if it turns out that he is your son than you really should start to be a father and not a douchebag.
He might be your son. He might not be your son. It could be a wrong number. In any case, priority #1 is to find out who Mom is. It sounds like she puts out and doesn't bother with pesky details.
Block his number
Get a paternity test and then just listen to him. Was told if he is 18 already, you have no obligation to him since you were never notified of the birth. After that, your call if you want him in your life or not.
he may not have legal responsibility, but he still has moral responsibility
Yeah, but the kid has moral responsibility too. Welcome to your new retirement plan!
"That's My Boy" summary right there.
Yur life sux!
I agree very tough situation. I know how to avoid it though. Off yourself.