bio dad

bio dad

One's biological father, as opposed to one's adoptive father (or perhaps other non-biological father figure). I finally found my bio dad by using some genealogy sites and Facebook.
See also: bio, dad
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I certainly understand your curiosity, but I'm afraid your bio dad has never been there for you, so he may not deserve the title "real dad." You can try to reach out to him from time to time and see if he ever reaches back.
Percentage for 2.4 23.6 50.0 24.0 all fathers Father type/ presence and involvement (Pr = 0.011) Cores bio dad, bio 0.0 29.5 37.7 32.8 dad not involved Cores bio dad, bio 2.1 21.4 51.5 25.0 dad somewhat involved Cores bio dad, bio 2.2 20.9 48.5 28.5 dad very involved No cores bio dad, 2.1 24.2 51.2 22.5 father-figure, bio dad not involved No cores bio dad, 3.3 22.4 51.6 22.7 father-figure, bio dad somewhat involved No cores bio dad, 3.2 26.2 50.0 20.6 father-figure, bio dad very involved No cores bio dad or 2.8 26.9 50.2 20.2 father-figure, bio dad not involved No cores bio dad or 2.7 29.6 51.5 16.3 father-figure, bio dad somewhat involved No cores bio dad or 2.7 26.8 50.9 19.6 father-figure, bio dad very involved Fathers play a more important role in raising boys than raising girls.
"Not the Perverted Couples or Deviant Couples, just the Couples section, where Brad and Jennifer are." More recently, Etheridge and Cypher received a surprisingly warm response to their "Who woulda thunk it?" revelation that the "bio dad" of their two young children is rock legend David Crosby.
And I don't blame you for being curious about your bio dad and wishing he were a bigger part of your life.