I believe I should go see a grief counselor. My husband’s Grandma just died and it brought out a lot of relief and anger in me. We have had a seriously damaged relationship for the last 7 years. She has tried everything to get my husband to divorce me because she hates me, but unfortunately my husband loves his grandma so much he doesn’t defend me.
- So far it seems he left a massive debt and I have to do some paperwork to refuse it.
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- While I recognized many of these faults and strived to be a better parent, we of course, had a bad example.
” I lost my only daughter 15 years ago and my father last week. This phrase just sets my teeth on edge for some reason. Thank you for the alternatives to “I’m sorry.” I’ve heard those words so much lately. While other suggestions are good and helpful, I’m almost to the point of saying nothing because so many are easily offended. I’ve suffered the death of a loved one – more than once.
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I have kept following my routine at yahoo like taking him out on weekends with my wife and kid. On week days i go to gym after work, then have dinner with my father and wife. Then i spend time browsing Youtube and sleep.
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My alcoholic, narcissistic, hoarder mother recently died of end-stage liver disease and complications. She was a pathological liar who lied about anything and everything, but also told big, nasty whoppers about me to a lot of other people . She spent most of her adult life heavily abusing opioids and alcohol, yet insisted she’d never had a drink. She was certainly mentally ill as well. We had been 40+ crappy years when he was diagnosed with cancer. He actually hated me I believe.
I’ve read some comments here, and all I can say is do what is right for you. But if you can, if it is possible at all, honor them as much as you can, because you will be able to in time, look back and say, I did the best I could for them. It might not feel like that right away, because I know I struggled a LOT with guilt over my relief. You’ll be able to eventually give yourself a break over any anger or guilt or crappy negative feelings toward them, if you remain a kind and gentle person, for you.
Honestly, I’m kind of relieved he’s gone. My boyfriend’s mother has alzheimers and he’s always had a difficult relationship. They are always snipping at each other.
I wish I had that chance, even if he said something bad I could deal with it now but I like to think he woudve said something nice but now I´ll never know. Most notably the section on relief. I just found out the woman my husband cheated on me with over half a decade ago has died of breast cancer actually going on one year ago. A lot of other horrible things were uttered by that horrible woman toward my daughter before my son showed up to get her.
My heart goes out for all of those who have suffered this kind of relationship. To me it sounds like your abusive father might have destroyed much of your mom’s spirit. Forgiving her might help you, as she was unable for whatever reason to give you the love and caring you so desired (and deserved!) – She was likely traumatized herself.
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Why dont you keep your antagonistic thoughts to yourself and let people live their lives. Sher didnt do anything to you, so shut up. My abusive, narcissistic boyfriends of 16 years died on September 16th 2019. I often especially in the last couple years wished him dead.
I have passed this along to friends as they’ve come to this same place, and they’ve told me it’s helped them too. It makes many people uncomfortable, especially when around someone that is grieving. Here are 8 things you can say to help fill the void. Help ensure the words you choose will not unknowingly cause that person more pain.