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Dee: But he couldn't have known that either, so maybe...
Emily: When everyone knew she was doomed, she rang him up and said 'Hey I'm about to die. Would you like your child?' He said no, and didn't care what happened to me. I could be in hell right now and he wouldn't give a damn. That's why I hate him. If you're going to create a child, I think you have a moral responsibility to give them the best life you can. Whether that means you raise them yourself or not. If you think you can give your child a good life, go for it! If you don't, by all means, try to find them a better home. But don't just say 'NOT MY PROBLEM' and hang up.
Dee: Do you think it's better to live with your biological parents? If you, um, can?
Emily: God, no! I don't think that makes a difference at all.
Dee: ...Really?
Emily: Or it shouldn't. Maybe there's some kind of hormonal bonding when you pop out, sure. But how much difference does it really make? Some biological parents are terrible. Maybe I'm happier than I would have been, otherwise. By all acounts, Ella was the more responsible sister. Maybe she's a better mother? Who really knows?