Truth of birth and identity

October 5, 2007 6:53am CST
Hi everyone in mylot! A man as a child was adopted by his uncle after his parents died. His uncle decided to tell him about this when he matures a little.In his teens, he came to know the truth from an outside sounce. After much emotional and mental conflict he came to terms with his situation. Do you think his uncle did the right think in hidding the real facts from him.
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@Ramsakha (205)
• India
7 Oct 07
His uncle has told him the truth. May be he should have told the boy earlier. But how to decide about the right time? It would have been better if the boy knew it from day one. As a child he would not understand but slowly he will understand and it will become an accepted fact of his. This way his uncle might have spared him the emotional and mental conflict.
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
5 Oct 07
His uncle did the wrong thing in hiding his true facts of life. His uncle should tell him long time ago. In todays technologies in recognizing one's identity is no longer a secret. Just from one's hair, DNA test will reveal the real facts of identity.