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    interesting mim..

    spoon, I have done that. I just feel she wants to hold a grudge and so I am just not interested in pandering to her any more.

    I get what you are saying, but it would not work. Nor do I care any more. She is just too controlling. That was not the only thing I supposedly did, it was just the most confusing to me.

    I also say **** too much, I debate too strongly about too many subjects with her partner (even though he and I both enjoy the banter), My husband is too unforgivable for the things he has done to me (like that has anything to do with her) and she didnt like the fact I called her an alcoholic.

    so yeah time to let go.

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    Oh well hun. If that is the case it may be time to find yourself a new extended family. Sounds like it is never going to be simple. Have a good day today sorry that you are having a tough time PS how is uni going?

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    nope

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    I might be offended- although that's mostly because I wish and sometimes feel a little guilty over having to work. And the alcoholic comment.....well, I'd be hurt by that but I'd also understand that the truth hurts sometimes- and I can say this as I have personal experience.


 

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