Forums - General Discussion - Siblings that you've never met?

Hey guys. So, at the age of 4 my parents divorced, and the result was that both of my parents lived in different countries, my father in the United States, and my mother in Canada (with my brother and I living in Canada with our mother). However, my father had another daughter with his new girlfriend, whom I only saw once before they moved to Arizona. While in Arizona they had a son. However, they ended up losing custody of the children and both committed suicide, first my dad's girlfriend and then later my dad. So, I now have two younger siblings living in Arizona and essentially no way of contacting them or finding out how they're doing. So, I don't even know whether or not they're still living, or whether or not they are still in Arizona if they are. Do any of you have a similar situation in that you have siblings that you've never met? I never met my younger brother.



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Nope, definitely not any siblings I've never met. I might have some cousins by now though. I haven't seen or heard from 2 of my uncles in like 20 years so... who knows? Honestly I couldn't care less though. I don't know those people and have no reason to want to know them, I'm happy with the family I've got and don't need any more.

You sound interested in yours though, maybe you should try and get in contact with them? I assume you know their names, or at least their surname, so you might have some luck looking them up on facebook or something.



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Not that I know of.

But that's a heavy story though. I can imagine you'd be at least curious about them.



Does your brother in Arizona happen to be 17 years old?



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Best of luck, hope you find them, or even just let them know they have family.
I can imagine as a kid, being taken from your family, and then learning lateron your mom & dad commited suecide because of it, would do hell on a kids mental state.

Knowing you have family ties, could be a help.



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Does your father have siblings in the United States the know about jus other kids?



jason1637 said:
Does your father have siblings in the United States the know about jus other kids?

I have an aunt and uncle,, but they don't really know where they are either.



VGPolyglot said:
jason1637 said:
Does your father have siblings in the United States the know about jus other kids?

I have an aunt and uncle,, but they don't really know where they are either.

Do they at least know they're names? If they share the same last name and you can get their first names you can probably track them down on social media.



jason1637 said:
VGPolyglot said:

I have an aunt and uncle,, but they don't really know where they are either.

Do they at least know they're names? If they share the same last name and you can get their first names you can probably track them down on social media.

They're probably too young for social media, they are at most like 10 years old.



VGPolyglot said:
jason1637 said:

Do they at least know they're names? If they share the same last name and you can get their first names you can probably track them down on social media.

They're probably too young for social media, they are at most like 10 years old.

Still worth giving it a try. Or you can try it a few years from now.