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By Monster-in-law - / Wednesday 9 August 2017 16:30 / United States - Sherwood
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By  Akitakat  |  20

Yikes! Well, it's definitely good that you now know about this, versus not. Now you can see what your options are. First, I'd immediately call a family meeting to see where to go from here. Also, I'd consider getting a restraining order.

By  Abigail Jane Lee  |  9

I would look as though I didn't know as him knowing that the doctor has told you might cause him to do something stupid. But definitely be very cautious around him and try not to be alone with him! Good luck!

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By  Akitakat  |  20

Yikes! Well, it's definitely good that you now know about this, versus not. Now you can see what your options are. First, I'd immediately call a family meeting to see where to go from here. Also, I'd consider getting a restraining order.

By  Abigail Jane Lee  |  9

I would look as though I didn't know as him knowing that the doctor has told you might cause him to do something stupid. But definitely be very cautious around him and try not to be alone with him! Good luck!

By  Glowworm56  |  21

Something like this actually kind of happened to me once. Back when I was in my senior year in college, I met this guy that my friends hung out with in the cafeteria, but for some reason, this guy gave me bad vibes and I never felt comfortable around him. Turns out that I was 100% correct because another one of my friends once admitted to me that the guy didn't like me. (Something I never understood because I honestly did absolutely nothing wrong to begin with) Then one day, he openly admitted that if he didn't have his medication he would want to seriously hurt me. I got really concerned and told my wellness counselor right away the next time I met with her. Fortunately, I learned shortly afterwards that the guy had left the college for good and went back to get some therapy.

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  Cali  |  41

Guys... I'm pretty sure he was being sarcastic. Assume every comment from RichardPencil is a joke.

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  RichardPencil  |  22

You gotta admit, it's not clear who is the antecedent of the pronoun "he." Seems to be 50:50 whether the OP's murderer will be the doctor or the brother-in-law. Only time will tell.

By  Bingo_Bango  |  8

I think a lot of FML's are overreactions to trivial things that would really be quite cute or funny a week later in hindsight, but nope, this is one of the most genuine FML's I've read. I'm sorry you had to receive that call!

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