Is there anything you did where you thought you were in the clear, but years down the line it came to bite you in the ass?


It is deceit whether you want to recognise that or not. The meaning of deceit is to conceal or misrepresent the truth.
I personally don't think it has to do with him being deceived but rather everything he knew was true. I'm to saying you cannot feel your adoptive parents are really your parents biologically or not but rather thinking someone was really your parent and then being told actually we have zero biological relation can really give someone a midlife crisis. In my view and nothing will change this but I find it extremely shitty why you would keep a lie for so many years and then reveal it. Of course making the assumption it was someone he trusted who told him.

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