OP starts off the post with a wild fact that really keeps us interested.
OP explains that one side of the family knows and the other side has no idea.
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Basically the response wasn't at all what OP wanted or probably really expected from their family on the dads side.
Then OP admits that they definitely stepped out of line and did the opposite of what their dad said to do.
OP ultimately wants to know if they are TA for ruining their parent's current marriages after exposing the truth about their affairs.
This is the first comment declaring OP as NTA. Check out part 2 of the comment below.
It's not OP's fault that they were conceived out of an affair and wanted to know more about their family.
Clearly they wanted to cover up their entire affair the absolute wrong way by making OP invisible.
This comment got a lot of love from people and rightfully so. Check out the second part of this comment below.
This comment says basically that clearly OP is a good person based on their reasoning to come to the Reddit AITA page.
OP shouldn't feel bad at all for doing what they did because essentially it was up to them to find out more.
Exposing a cheater isn't as bad at all as the actual cheater themselves, even if you do ruin a family or two.
This person asked for a bit of info and OP responded rather willingly.
OP responded to the question above on how much of a break she got or the context.
After reading this, I definitely agree with everyone in the comments stating that OP was NTA in his situation. Ultimately OP just wanted to learn where they were from, and it's they were basically disposed of again after trying to get to know their family by reaching out.
What do you think about this?