Update on in Laws with no Boundaries. (Niece is in hospital)

posted 11 months ago in Relationships
Post # 61
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

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KKJohnson :  agreed. I know there are companies that clean up crime scenes. Of course the husband should be handling this but I was worried about her coming home and seeing this too.

Post # 63
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Bumble Beekeeper

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princessanon0125 :  I’m happy to hear read that your niece is doing well. The rest? Ugh. What a douche canoe. I hope your niece files for divorce as soon as she is feeling well enough to meet with an attorney and her dickwad husband can be free to go make a son with his side chick. 

I’m sure they all appreciate you and your husband taking care of that precious baby. I hope the home your sister purchased for them is in your niece’s name alone. 

Post # 64
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Busy bee
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princessanon0125 :  I don’t know how your sister restrains herself from strangling him. What a POS.

Post # 65
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I’ve been quietly following this for a few days now and I’m so sorry for the stress and hearache and medical emergencies your family has been dealing with. You and your husband and your sister are being the amazing, loving, and supportive influences your niece needs right now. I wish you all strength to continue down this path. 

As for your niece’s “husband”. He is the lowest form of scum and absolutely worthless. I would not trust him with a pet rock, much less a newborn baby. I hope he gets an ingrown toenail and a UTI and diarrhea. What a selfish, insensitive, useless ass. 

Post # 66
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Helper bee

Wow cheating when your wife is pregnant. That’s low. Did she know he was nowhere to be found while she was “with it” before the surgery? 

How on EARTH are you restraining yourselves? 

Nonstop texting his side chick* ew.

Post # 67
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Helper bee

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princessanon0125 :  logging in just to say I’ve been following this and am praying for your sweet nieces. Also to say that you are all far better people than I am. I’d be stomping a mudhole in husbands ass in the parking lot! 

Post # 68
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Buzzing bee

Wow. Well, I can’t say that I’m surprised. I actually think this can be good news. I don’t for a moment believe that if the husband had been around he would have been fine with the hysterectomy. I believe he would have kicked up a fuss and delayed it, and it could have potentially been fatal to your niece. So I think it’s actually great that he wasn’t around. He doesn’t seem to care about his daughter? Good. That means she’s going to be in a stable home instead of with him and whatever he’s doing. He’s been seen with a female on a night where he lied about working (and took his wife’s car??!!) and constantly texting? That’s great. Maybe he will exit the marriage himself which probably could be the best thing for your niece. 

I know your sister has to control herself because this is also her place of work. She is a better woman than me. I don’t think I could restrain myself. 

Post # 69
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Helper bee

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strawberrysakura :  oh good point. It’s her work. And another good point, him not being there was a blessing in disguise. People die from blood loss but because the husband is so much smarter than the MD, he doesn’t believe that it’s severe enough to warrant surgery. Gosh is she better off dead to him if he can’t have a son with her? Geez.

Post # 71
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Buzzing bee

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strawberrysakura :  I agree about the lack of interest in the daughter likely being a blessing for both the niece and her baby.  A POS like him has nothing good to offer any child he might father and it would be anguish for OP’s niece to struggle to try get him to be responsible enough to trust him with supervision of a child during custody visits.  I don’t even want to entertain the notion of these two staying married.  Too horrifying.  I hope this poor woman can be free of him ASAP.

Post # 72
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Buzzing bee

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princessanon0125 :  I’m glad to hear that your niece is doing well today.  Was the surgery done laparoscopically?  I know in a rush doctors don’t feel they have time for that.  But I am just hoping she’ll have an easier recovery.  (Physically).  Emotionally… I’m glad she has her mother and you in her life for support.

Post # 74
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Buzzing bee

Holy crap.  This just gets worse and worse.  I wondered about why he didn’t show up in your niece’s car.  The possibility that it may be gone because he essentially hawked it?  

And with an incision like that…I really hope she can go home with someone who can help her.  Her pos husband will probably expect her to cook for him like a good wife, not help her at all, and complain that she won’t get out of bed.  It makes me sick to think of her ever going back to him.

Of course you guys are all making the right decision by not saying anything right now.  It would only backfire if you did.  But the self-discipline that goes into that…It’s an accomplishment.

Post # 75
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Helper bee

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princessanon0125 :  I understand now, it’s a precarious situation. Prayers to you all.

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