By kiddoc - 26/10/2011 02:28 - United States
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But if she's a sibling-in-law's mother, wouldn't that also make her the mother of the dead husband, unless they were only half-siblings? Sure, there are ways she could have been not in the OP's or her husband's immediate family, but it would have been nice to have this clarified in the FML.
119 - One of the parents of the children is not related to the OP or her husband. And it would be really gross if her brother or sisters mom is also her husbands (how you came up with that as a given I cannot determine)... Since the OP is not a mother (hence the comment) and she said the children's grandmother rather than her mother or mother-in-law the grandmother is most likely related to the OP's brother's or sister's SPOUSE (that's also what a sibling-in-law is, it's not just a one way street -.-). Since their grandma probably doesn't interact very often with the OP it isn't too surprising that she would say something like that without knowing how it would hurt the OP.
she probably didn't know that he died or she forgot. sorry to hear about ur loss tho.
My heart goes out to you. Read some Nicholas Sparks books he always has good stories on being able to move on and fall in love again
(facepalm) Or she could read something good instead. Nicholas Sparks is NOT good at writing realistic or healthy romantic relationships. (Fun fact: hanging off a Ferris wheel and threatening to kill yourself if a girl won't go on a date with you isn't cute, it's emotional abuse.) Oh, it's only been three months since her husband died. WAY too soon to even consider finding new love. You strike me as incredibly naive.