- Mrs. Harmony
- 7 years ago
Holy crap, I am sooo furious!
SO has been dealing with testicular cancer, the prospect of infertility, sleepless nights, FEAR, loss of appetite, incredible pain and depression for 11 days. Surgery is tomorrow and he is dealing with the stress of that.
I have done about 70% of his care, while FIL’s have done the rest. They moved him home last weekend so he can recover there. Of course, I am happy they did this, so he can rest comfortably. But I’ve done all his appointments, cooking, laundry, etc. for over a week because he can barely walk.
Do I get a “thank you”, acknowledgement, anything? NO. I brought him home today and as I was pulling out of the driveway, they were pulling in. They didn’t say hi, invite me in, nothing. I had my son in the car. They never met him. They don’t care to meet him and want nothing to do with me. They met me ONCE and made up their mind about me. They hate that I had an autistic child and warned my SO to not have a baby with me because of my messed up genes.
Well, guess what? They freaking cursed my SO because now he has testicular cancer and may not be able to have kids. He is the only child they have that lives within 2 hours of them. My son may be the only “grandchild” they ever have that does not require a day trip to come see them! The pushed him away and are missing out on my beautiful son.
Future Mother-In-Law has fibromyalgia and I am currently in school to learn how to heal auto-immune diseases using food as medicine. I could totally work with her and I know I can also help her foot problems because I am a Reflexologist. I REALLY want a loving relationship with my FIL’s and I hate that they push me away when they can only benefit from having me and my son in their lives . I feel so pathetic for wanting their approval.
I really thought that my boyfriend’s cancer would bring us together, but no. I have been crying for an hour.
Why are people such assholes? I never did anything bad to them. They think I am not good enough for their son because I have “bad” DNA. What f-ing hypocrites. How would they feel if I said I don’t want to have kids with THEIR SON because he has “bad” DNA (i.e., developing cancer at age 28).
KARMAAAAAAA has struck, and I really hope they feel like hypocritic assholes for their comments.
Vent over. Phew!