My boyfriends family is dysfunctional to say the least.His Mom has promised a piece of property to both of the boys for years now. Than just up and sells it with no warning. She hasnt spoke to Evans brother in 2 yrs. At one time we lived on this land,Evans brother lived, on the same piece, and so does one of the sisters. The three of them never speak! Evan is so upset by this that he tries to "get the family back together" and always seems to fail. It breaks his heart. He went and talked to his brother the other day, and told his that the whole family is gonna be at one place for a graduation party, and its time to "man up" and bury the hatchet, his brother agreed. THAN his brother came to finish getting his things off the property, a dryer mainly. Evans sister had already hauled it to the scrap yard thinking it was trash. Well it had all his old navy uniforms and his kids baby pictures. He is livid. Now its back to the same thing, everybody hates everybody. They dont see how lucky they are to still have each other and there mom. It really hurts me, cause I dont have my Mom or my sister. I keep thinking I should write them all a letter telling them how hard it is to lose your family. Is that overstepping my bounds? What should I do or say?
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