I made my ex mother in law cry in public. That side of the family hasn't supported Kyle at all. No letters, no financial support, nothing. I layed the guilt on with regard to not having any support and the emotional turmoil I have had to overcome (basically alone). It was a quiet conversation, with no hostility what so ever. I believe her tears were of understanding and shame for not supporting him or helping him emotionally understand what he has done to us adults left in the real world to deal with his actions....Should I feel bad, or expect some sort of repercussion from that side of the family? I'm thinking at least I may get a call from my ex, about making his mom cry....Oh, well, thoughts appreciated.
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