If finding out that your Dad isn’t your biological father was somewhat of a surprise, you are not alone. Some Western studies suggest that one out of every 10 children is not the genetic offspring of the husband or man officially recognized as the father.
This site was created to provide a forum for these “one out of every 10 children,” who like the authors, have a “social dad” and a “biological father,” and for the families affected by the news of learning about a different biological relationship than what was first thought to be true.
This site is also for the parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, etc. of those who have been affected by a non-paternity event because we know you might need some support as well. Welcome to you all.