Half siblings may well suffer from friction if the parents have taken sides to make one child feel like an outsider. True or false?

One child is a half sibling and illegitimate, but he doesn't know it, because he hasn't been told.

He had always assumed that both his parents are biological parents, but only one of them is a biological parent.

Unbeknownst to the child his parents have been talking to his siblings behind his back and have told them that he is an "outsider".

Could this explain the friction and lack of communication between the child and his siblings who have treated him as an outsider?

Unbeknownst to the child his siblings actually saw him as an "outsider"?

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago
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