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    I think you've done the right thing, maybe she could come and visit you if you don't want to go on the weekend?

    I get an email from ex-mil for my DDs birthday and Christmas, she sends a present too but hasn't asked to see DD. I think she's seen her once in 18months. Sad really.

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    It was made clear to me that my IL's had gained a daughter and lost a son, so I am very lucky there.
    As for you op, I would've suggested ringing as you've done. I would go to the party, it's a good way of letting them know that you don't hate them and you are willing to keep up contact. Which is a) a nice thing to do, and b) can come in handy for you in terms of extra support.

    Good luck.

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    thanks everyone. i am taking the kids to the party. im very nervous about it but i have to do this at some stage. i am damned if i do and damned if i dont. so i will go.

    i have told my mil is angry with me. im not sure why. i guess i will find out tomorrow.

    thanks again everyone x

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