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Typical SIL behaviour in my experience! my SIL posts every little thing on Facebook- I don’t look now!!Ive had a bad few days (Im hoping that the antidepressants kick in soon) not helped by a phone call from daughter which stoked all my fears.
Son and dau and their families are coming down the weekend before Christmas. They are spending Christmas with their respective in-laws and said they wanted to see us at some stage over Christmas. This would be lovely if it wernt for the fact that although no-one else in the family has mentioned it I know that my SIL (who doesnt live far away) is holding a family Christmas party on the Sunday and I havent been invited.........
That made me laugh!Christmas nuts to them !
I think you should make them aware that you know about the party, and how that, and their hiding it from you, has made you feel. They are your children and they should be more focused on supporting you rather than other parts of the family. By speaking to them about it and getting it into the open you may find that they will realise they have hurt you. It could even lead to a discussion about how they can better support you as a carer.That made me laugh!
Well its just going to be me and probably everyone on here on Sunday afternoon.
Im waiting to see what excuses son and daughter are going to make when they leave early on Sunday to go to the party without telling me. Im very tempted to say, when they say that have to get home, "Oh what a shame, youll be missing the party!"