I haven't been able to stop thinking about the panel with Elizabeth Wurtzel and her article in The Cut, where she tells what it's like to discover that your father was actually a close family friend, which her mom never told her.
So this morning when the Wall Street Journal published Two Sisters Bought DNA Kits. The Results Blew Apart Their Family, I got engrossed again. Oh my God, the secrets families keep. The mysteries behind why a child doesn't seem to have similar interests to the rest of her family. The emotional shock of staring at a DNA test and asking, WHAT?
Doing a google search turns up some fascinating other articles and books, like this one I'm trying to resist:
Anyone else know anyone who went through this shock?