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Uninvited to my sons Wedding

Started by Mary-Ann, September 23, 2011, 08:47:23 am

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lancaster lady

hi Catherine , and welcome back !

My take on all this is that this is your DS's way of payback , for all the hurt he ''thinks'' you have caused him !
If it wasn't the wedding he would have thought of another way .
I think he needs to grow up and hopefully one day he will realise you did the best with the choices
you had .
Please do not dwell on the wedding , it will drag you even further down .
I wish our sons had eloped ! It would have been a lot easier !


I am closing this thread and again deleting your account...as I did here before (and also on my other site.)

Our forum is for women who want to be heard so they can move on. It's a place for all of us to share and care. It is not available to anyone who demonstrates being attached to being a "victim" and who wants everyone to come into agreement about how right she is. Nor is it a place to debate that issue.

Those who are welcome here are those who want to heal and who will do everything in their power to let go of being right because that keeps us from healing. Any other approach drags us down.

There are "be right" Websites out there...where ranting is the base of communication and "ain't it awful" reigns. Hate sites. This isn't one of them and it never will be.
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