(Closed) Asking my FIL for an apology

posted 1 year ago in Relationships
Post # 136
Member
942 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 1983

Her husband doesn’t need an apology. He needs support in trying to extricate himself from his family’s alcoholic enmeshment, in going to Al-Anon and ACA, in doing the work to separate himself from his drunken father and all his father’s enablers, of whom he needs support in not continuing to be one (oh,dear–I used to be able to English).

Post # 137
Member
1030 posts
Bumble bee

That update reminded me of the long “consciously uncouple” statement Gwyneth Paltrow wrote just to avoid having to use the word divorce.

 

Post # 138
Member
754 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2018 - City, State

I hope you Bees realize you are not entitled to anything here, and alot of you sound incredibly catty.

After all the keyboard warrior comments why would anyone want to tell you jack?

Post # 139
Member
242 posts
Helper bee

I read all of this for nothing. 🤦🏻‍♀️

Post # 140
Member
2460 posts
Buzzing bee

nameless :  me too. I was looking forward to the update but it ended up being nothing… Which might tell us something in itself… 🤔

Post # 141
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35 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: January 2022

janne91 :  “Keyboard warriors” You’re kidding, right?

The OP recieved tons of well thought out advice, ignored it and tried to fight against it. No one DEMANDED they know what happened either. 

Post # 142
Hostess
3173 posts
Sugar bee

Mod stepping in here. If you’re unable to adhere to the TOS, which you agreed to when you signed up for the site and which prohibits things like personal attacks, snark, cattiness, etc, you should consider another forum that’s more to your taste. This is and will remain a supportive community. I’m closing this thread now.

OP, you’re welcome to start a new thread when you’re ready to update (or not).

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