(Closed) what do you think? in-law issue

posted 5 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I don’t think anyone should have to invite anyone they don’t want to to their wedding. And I think it’s horrible that her Fiance isn’t more interested in standing up for her. That would be a big red flag for me.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Oops, repost.

Post # 5
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8362 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Why doesn’t your friend start by just talking to this girl rather than starting a full on family war by not inviting her?

As for the FI- maybe he doesn’t think it is a big deal. What was he supposed to do- throw down his gloves and demand a duel for not acknowledging his partner?

Sorry but as adults I think we just have to accept that there are unpleasant people in the world and that as great as we are (or think we are) not everyone is going to like us and not everyone has to like us. If she doesn’t want to be civil well that is her choice but making a big deal out of it is not the answer.

Tell you friend to continue being polite to her and leave it at that. Other people will notice that the other girl is blankig her and it will make them think badly of her and not your firend.

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

 I have to agree with J jaye. While annoying and rude I think your friend should just ignore her. Her Fi probably wants his cousin there. I don’t think your friend going to be an outsider at her wedding based on how this one person reacts to her. I say ignore the cold fish and keep it moving.

While I think she sounds annoying I don’t think her actions raises to the level  of needing to draw a line in the sand and starting a family fued or not allowing this chick to come when that means a family member will miss the wedding.

Post # 7
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Helper bee

@lelani:  

Some people are just bitchy no matter what.  I’d just ignore it.  I think she needs to invite her to the wedding since she’s family.  It’s her wedding day, she’ll probably hardly even notice she’s there let alone feel like she’s being snubbed by her.

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