I have very little extended family. I have 2 aunts, 2 cousins, and 1 grandmother. All of whom did not come to Kyle's memorial service or called or sent cards. NOTHING!!! My aunt's said they were sick and they would have had to drive my grandmother. (she's 93) My cousins are only about 1 hour away. We are not close but see eachother at family events 2-3 times a year. Now on Sat. it is my niece's 14 birthday and they are all going to be there. I told my brother I can't promise I will keep my mouth shut and he said not to cause drama. God forbid anyone talk about anything. If we don't talk about it it really didn't happen. I can't promise that. If they say they are sorry about Kyle I want to say "Well as of Aug. 3rd it will be 6 months you are 6 months too f****** late!!" If they say nothing and act like nothing ever happenend I will probably loose my mind and go balistic. What do I do? How do I act civil to these people who are supposed to be my family? Thank God my two best friends and their families are going also so I will have some back up and they are not shy about expressing their opinions. How do I do this????
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