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    Quote Originally Posted by mamasurfs View Post
    The OP posted on an Internet forum - you aren't always going to get 100% of people agreeing with you.
    Of course. But disagreeing with someone and calling them selfish.. implying their kids are monsters and saying they are overreacting are 2 different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    I beg to differ. Calling someone selfish is calling them names and telling them they are over-reacting is belittling them. JMO.
    The post I quoted said "being selfish".
    There's a difference between saying someone is BEING selfish and someone IS selfish.

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    God this thread has turned petty. Op just wanted to vent. Makes me glad I don't bother posting such threads as I'd just be made to feel worse. Hugs Op.

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    Sorry you feel that way OP. It probably isn't relevant to your case but I know of a couple who had long-term fertility issues and the bride couldn't bear to see children on her wedding day. I dont think many child-free weddings are for this reason, but I do understand that some people just don't want to deal with other people's children at their events. It can be hurtful if you are a parent.


 

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