would it offend you if your long time partner.....
ASK To do a DNA test at the same time baby is born??? I read this on another forum that in some countries they offer this free of cost at the hospital right when baby is born....This would be upsetting if my partner asked me to do this, I mean if your in a long term committed relationship or married then there should be no question unless he does not trust the woman. For couples that were on and off with the relationship then I can understand the speculations.
I always said I could imagine what a man goes through when a woman is pregnant. Cause you never know 100% that the baby is yours. Id hate to be man. like this is the biggest responsibility of our lives and to know your not even doing it for your own child? Ya id want one. however if OH asked me id kill him. lol but i would gladly do it
I would be MORE than offended. There is a 100% way of knowing, it's called having trust and faith in your partner. If you don't truly trust someone and know that you can count on them at face value then you shouldn't be in a committed relationship. That's a relationship should be based on, trust and respect. I feel if you ask me for a DNA test then you have neither of those things for me.
My OH wouldn't dream of it and if anyone ever suggested this baby wasn't his he would tell them to go jump off a cliff.
My boyfriend were pretty on and off when I found out I was pregnant and he asked me if I had been with anyone else and I was offended but I understood where he was coming from. Even if we hadn't been off and on at the time there are so many horror stories about men finding out years later the kid isn't theirs that if he wanted a DNA test I would still be offended but I would have no issue having one so he didn't question our child.
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