When you raise a child, you promise to love them unconditionally. But what happens when that love is broken? Whether it’s because you find out you aren’t a child’s biological parent or because they decide they no longer want to have a relationship with you — how do you move on? One man turned to the AITA subreddit for advice after his daughter reached out to him, asking him to walk her down the aisle. They haven’t spoken in a while, and the daughter blames her dad for breaking the family apart. But the dad feels it’s her fault for the way she treated him and doesn’t want to get back into the relationship. The tension between them only grew after the daughter reached out to him and the internet had different opinions about this complicated situation.
Man Wonders If He Is A Jerk For Refusing To Walk His Daughter Down The Aisle After She Left Him Because He Wasn’t Her Real Dad
A father must decide whether to walk his daughter down the aisle after she left him due to her real father's reemergence.
After learning the truth, his daughter pulled away from him, leaving him to wonder if he was a jerk for refusing to walk her down the aisle
A father reflects on his daughter's ultimatum, leaving him conflicted and questioning his actions.
He was heartbroken after his daughter chose her biological dad over him
After his daughter left him, his son's rejection of her helped him find peace
The daughter wanted her father to walk her down the aisle, but he refused after she left him for her real dad.
After being hurt by his daughter's actions, this man was forced to make a difficult decision.
The man struggles with the difficult decision of attending his daughter's wedding after she left him for not being her real dad.
Man debates if he is wrong for not walking his daughter down the aisle after she left him for her real dad 🤔
Is refusing to walk his daughter down the aisle an act of love or an a**hole move? 🤔
A man (26m) is at odds with his daughter (26f) and is being judged by his family for not wanting to walk her down the aisle. Years ago, the man found out his daughter wasn't his biological daughter and his wife had cheated on him. His daughter pulled away from him after learning the truth and their relationship further deteriorated when she moved out of his house at 20. Now she's engaged, and has asked him to walk her down the aisle. After a long message from her, the man chose to decline the offer, citing that she no longer wanted him to be her father. His family is now accusing him of being an a**hole. We dive into the reaction and comments to this story to see what people have to say.
NTA - He respected her decision 🤝
OP's heartbreaking story 💔
NTA, daughter's motivations are questionable 😕
NTA: Not The A**hole!
👉NTA: Family ❤️ doesn't mean unconditional self sacrifice
🤔 Is NTA Dad wrong for refusing to walk his daughter down the aisle?
🤔 Is OP Not The A-hole? 🤔
🤔 Dad wonders if he's the a-hole
NTA: 🤷♂️ She had two dads, but chose one. 😔
🤔 Is NTA? Father's dilemma...
❓ Is reconciliation possible? 🤝
NTA: 🤔 Do what's best for you!
👨👧👦 Should this man walk his daughter down the aisle?
Setting boundaries 💪🏼
It's not the father's fault 💔
NTA: She left him & now wants something
Is it wrong to refuse to walk his daughter down the aisle?
Is refusing to walk her down the aisle a**hole-worthy?
NTA: You're not the a**hole 💔
🤔 Is OP a jerk for refusing to walk his daughter down the aisle?
NTA: 🤷♂️ She doesn't want him!
🤔 Is it wrong to refuse?
Should he forgive and 🤔walk her down the aisle?
The father-daughter bond is 💔
Love comes with boundaries 🤔
A heartbreaking 💔 situation 🤕
🤔 Father's dilemma: NTA
Healing and understanding 🤔
👋 NTA: You don't owe her anything!
🤔 Is YTA the right call?
🤔 Father refuses to walk daughter down aisle
🤔 After 15 years, a dad must decide if he should forgive his daughter for leaving him.
NTA: adapting to ❤️
NTA: 💔 He reached out but she said no contact.
NTA: He was rejected, 💔 and now she wants him back.
NTA - 🤷♂️
NTA - He deserves better!
😔 Dad isn't the a**hole here
🤔 Father's struggle over daughter's decision
👏🏼 Don't let anyone define your choices. NTA
🤔 NTA: Dad was right!
NTA: He's not the a-hole🤔
NTA: 🤷♀️ She's using you!
It's hard to pick an AH with so much emotion 🤯
🤔 NTA: Not the A-hole
Should he forgive and forget?
A chance to make amends 🤝
NTA: 🔥 She wanted no contact
NTA: Not wanting to be used
NTA: 💔No matter how hard it was for her, she didn’t think of him.
NTA - it's not your chance to have a relationship with your daughter, it's her chance to have a relationship with you.
Not the a**hole 🤔