Our expert says:
Its natural that your son would be curious about meeting his bio-dad, but he's maybe overlooking how irresponsibly this guy ignored him for so many years, and failed to provide him with support and caring and fatheriong for so many years when he really needed it. Its far easier to be dad-like when it becomes easier, and its a cool teenager to have a bit of fun with.
Overseas holidays are really expensive, so I'm guessing that the lad hasn't spent long with his biodad, and that they won't have long together. Emphasize to your son that while his curiosity is very understandable, he should understand that his REAL father is the man who raised him and who is feeling understandably hurt and excluded from this episode. Ask the boy to communicate affectionately with his real dad, your husband, and to be ready to make it up to him when he returns
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