Betrayal of trust and love has caused hurt in the family.

@samson1 (738)
Jamaica
September 3, 2012 11:50am CST
Over time, it has come to my knowledge that one of my friend's mother has-because of her previous actions at birth- made it difficult for some of my friends siblings to live and enjoy the benefits of family. Mylotters, can you continue to love a parent who has beytrayed the trust and love of their children, therefore causing them to be alienated from their families?
5 responses
@Shavkat (60453)
• Philippines
30 Nov 12
In our lives, there is always some flaw in relationships to other people. Some friends will remain loyal and others will betray you. Eventually, they might our worst enemy.
@samson1 (738)
• Jamaica
1 Dec 12
Hmm, you provided me with some interesting food for thought.
@surajp (29)
• Indonesia
4 Sep 12
After every action that a person perform that we might preceive to be a 'betrayal' of sorts, the first thing we always do is ask 'why?' I think we need to dig into this 'why?' A bit deeper before labeling the person a backstabber. Especially if this person is someone who is close to us. So best is to ask the person directly why they did whatever it is they did first and clear out any misuderstandings. This will give you a clear picture as to whether he/she did backstab you or he/she did it for your own good.
@samson1 (738)
• Jamaica
1 Dec 12
Would you call a mother's action to wrongly assign the father of her child a misunderstanding?
@moulee87 (321)
• India
3 Sep 12
betrayal between Child and parent is bit complex to digest. But to my knowledge parents never betray their children. But some times they hide the pain that they have to make us to have a peaceful mind for our studies. Try to make out why your parents betrayed. Probably the reason will be a valid one! Just understand them so that it never happens again! Happy lotting!
@samson1 (738)
• Jamaica
1 Dec 12
Is there ever a good reason why a mother would hide telling her child who is its biological father? Do you know how many children have lost their inheritance because they discovered -through the DNA method- that their fathers have been wrongly assigned?
@chiyosan (29383)
• Philippines
3 Sep 12
I have a perfect example for this, and this is about my father, who have broken my trust - the trust of his family because he has actually left us for another woman. What kind of a man in his right mind would go for a woman he barely knew and leave his 3 kids and wife who stood by him for about 16 years? Well that is my father. The thing is we were never able to talk more about this anymore since he left us and after he told us he is already choosing this woman over us - who looked up to him as our father. =( i guess we will never really know about it anymore. God is wonderful and he has been really great and supportive and is forever showing his grace to us. I just think that this is perfect betrayal of trust and it was never, nor will it ever be regained. I think Life is always like that and we can never really be with perfect parents... but we should at least try to appreciate what our parent/s is trying to show us when or while they are still able. if effort is there, i believe that everything will be put in its right place... =)
@samson1 (738)
• Jamaica
1 Dec 12
I'm sorry to cause you to remember that terrible experience. I hope you have been given the courage to overcome the hurt and disappointment that your situation exposed you to. The situation I was told of, which seem to be a popular situation, whereby it was discovered by the child-through the DNA method- that the father that was told to them was not their biological father. That revelation shattered the world of the individual as well as the wrongly declared family (who often love the wrongly declared child of that said family).
@sbrn11 (415)
• India
3 Sep 12
if someone does bad to us, we definitely, will hate that person, but first you need to find out the reason why she did that. if she has a valid reason for that... than may be she can be forgiven.
@samson1 (738)
• Jamaica
1 Dec 12
How could a mother be forgiven when the child discovered -through the DNA method- that its mother lied to the child as to who is its real biological father?