(Closed) Blah

posted 4 years ago in Family
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee

First, how much your Fiance drank on Xmas eve is 100% on him.  He is an adult and he knows his health condition and that he shouldn’t be drinking heavily, but did so anyways.

As for them making threats, I would just go on with life like they do not exist.  This is your Fiance family, not yours, so you do not have to have any interraction with them if you don’t want to.  As long as your Fiance has your back and sticks up for you whenever his family talks shit, then that is all that matters.  Just be there for your Fiance.  If you Fiance is upset about his grandmother’s passing be there and supportive for HIM only.  You don’t have to be sad or even moved at all about her passing.  But you do have to be supportive of your Fiance if he is upset or sad by it at all.

Post # 3
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Buzzing Beekeeper

How old are you? 

This situation really sounds like something for your fiance to deal with, not you

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by  theatrejulia.
Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

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@yummy341  Again, your Fiance is an adult.  His family probably figured that he wasn’t driving, and that he was at their home with people he knew and that he is an adult and if he wants to get shit faced then what exactly are they supposed to do?  Ground him?  So if you want to be pissed at someone for getting shitfaced, get pissed at your Fiance.

Post # 7
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

your Fiance should be a responsible adult to know with his health problem, he shouldnt drink heavily. blame him for the drinking.  he has the power to say no and not be forced to drink anymore than he wants.

also, his family, his shit.  support him but you don’t have to interact with his family.  however, know that his family will always be his family.  so know this if you want to marry him.

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