my auntie lost her husband (they said they were husband and wife but they wernt married) in 2004 to cancer, we we're all as supportive as we could be, she was having a really hard time, but we did all we could to help her out. In 2005 my auntie went to india for a holiday at christmas time, as she didnt think she could face christmas alone, as frank died 19th december. while she was away she met another man, his name is harish, and hes 32, shes 51, so there is an age difference, he is also married, with 2 kids under the age of 8. still after this we are still supporting her, even though we think that he has an aulterier motive (how do you spell that?) Then, my grans husband died this year, and first off, my auntie didnt do anything in anyway to try and support her, then she tried to invite her boyfriend to the funeral, and we said no, because harish didnt know my grans husband, so we didnt think it was appropriate, and she went off in a big mood with us, saying how she hated us and she had no family anymore, and that we said we didnt want him to come because we dont like him. we dont even know him. After all this, the other day she goes round my grans, to stay a couple of nights, so she can fly out to her bigamistic boyfriend. am i the only one that thinks shes in the wrong here?
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