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Re: I know this sound like I am a mean person but lemonaide

Posted by susan47 on August 31, 2008, at 14:46:43

In reply to I know this sound like I am a mean person but, posted by lemonaide on August 30, 2008, at 13:29:28

> I am not going to my grandson's 3rd birthday tomorrow. He won't know since we don't see him as much and well I just can't take my husband's ex wife and that step daughter from hell either. Plus there is this crazy aunt of my step daughter, (husbands ex wife's sister) that drives me crazy.
> She knows I am studying for psychology and well she is a LMSW, and thinks she knows everything. Well also she believes she can speak in toungues and that just freaks me out, she did it around baby Lia when she was alive. She said that Lia was talking to her, etc.
> So, I am going to take care of myself and stay home. I need the time along anyway and I don't need anymore stress. I was going to ask my T what he thinks, but decided to make the decision myself. I have had enough to deal with this week, so does this make me a bad grandma? It isn't like he knows who I am yet, so I hope it will be okay.

Careful about categorizing all those people so much, you're soundy really judgmental and I'm sure you wouldn't want that. Remember how you look at them is what you invite back, so one teensy step at a time if you can't go, you can always make up for it in another way with your grandson maybe a few days hence? Some special time just the two of you, and then you won't have to deal with any adults you don't want to see. I totally understand how it is to feel stressed by people you don't like very much.




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