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    Default Need some advice about my 2 divorced sisters

    I am putting together a family history book as a christmas pressie for all my family. 2 of my sisters are divorced and my question is should i put their marriage and divorce details in the book or leave them out. I dont want to offend them by putting the details in and i want to offend my neices and nephews by not putting their dads in.I am not particuarly close to either of them, i think one would be ok with it, the other i am not sure.What do you think?

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    Default Need some advice about my 2 divorced sisters

    I think for family trees you include them but put (div) next to their name

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    I think the marriages should be acknowledged, especially if there are children from the relationship.

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    I think it would be horribly offensive to leave them out. Why ate you considering not putting them in? Because they're divorced??

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    Lol, i am def putting my sisters in Just not sure whether to included their exs and details of marriages etc


 

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