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By widow / Tuesday 19 October 2010 22:58 / United States
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Set up a Facebook page for your dead husband and set his status to "deceased". Then send them both a friend request. Maybe they'll accept and see his status and finally get the message.

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102, that's the choice you made for your own situation. Not everyone makes the same choice, believe it or not.

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that's what I just said. who knows if they were really close and that their way of dealing with the pain? people are weird in that kind of way....

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Something is missing. All the children wouldn't experience the same type of emotional response. Not saying it's not possible, just not probable. The OP is withholding important information from this FML. Possibly the kids are Extremely pissed at her but if they are sending their dad cards an not their mom then why aren't they calling to talk to him or worried that he is not calling to check on them? personally I think this is a bullish*t FML but if not the OP is holding something very important

if they are not going to stay in contact they deserve not knowing. OP that really sucks but it's their loss if they're too lazy to stay in contact.

Set up a Facebook page for your dead husband and set his status to "deceased". Then send them both a friend request. Maybe they'll accept and see his status and finally get the message.

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That would be the easiest and quickest way of handling it. Mark the letters "Return to sender" or "No such person at this address".

The kids don't know their father is dead after 4 years? I feel like OP is leaving something out of the story. Like the fact that she was...*born, in the USA! She was...born, in the USA!*

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By the sounds of it OP's husband may not be the father. The way the FML is worded it kind of seems like he could be their step-dad. Not entirely sure though, that's just how I read it.

If they're capable of using Snail Mail services, darling, perhaps you should write them letters informing them of what has happened.

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13 has a good point. send them letters if they don't answer the phone, or there is this thing called voicemail. it sucks that they won't answer your calls, but it doesn't sound like you're trying very hard either.

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