If you have made false accusations about your child’s father and your child finds out, it can be a very difficult and complex situation to navigate. It’s important to take responsibility for your actions and apologize to your child and their father if appropriate.
It’s also important to seek support from a therapist or counselor to work through any underlying issues that may have led you to make false accusations. This can help you understand your behavior and work towards making positive changes in your relationships with your child and their father.
It’s worth noting that making false accusations can have serious consequences, both for your child’s father and for you. Depending on the nature of the accusations and the legal system in your country, there may be legal repercussions such as defamation or perjury. It’s important to seek legal advice if you are facing such consequences.
Ultimately, being honest with your child and taking responsibility for your actions is the first step towards repairing any damage that may have been done to your relationship with your child and their father.
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DAMAGE DONE! Vital energy stolen, time , money and enthusiasm (God inside)….