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What are your thoughts on this:  my brother’s ex-wife came to their daughter’s graduation but did not join us for dinner afterwards.




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      Tuliplady wrote May 31, 2013
    • If it was a messy divorce I can completely understand.  She was there for the main event and that’s what matters.  

      A dinner is a way more intimate situation than I’d want to be in if it were my ex and his family.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 1, 2013
    • I agree with Tulip, there have been times I did not even want to be around hub’s family and we are still married.ohhhh




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      Carine Nadel wrote Jun 1, 2013
    • I too can see the point.  Our dil graduated from college.  Her parents have literally not spoken to each other since they separated 8 years ago.  they divorced after 5 years.  at the time he was living w/ his present wife.  

      he invited her, but she came at the very beginning of the ceremony-all of the rest of us separating the two and she left as soon as dil left the podium w/ her diploma.

      funny thing-her mom’s stepmother and her boyfriend encouraged her to attend.  they came.

      Mom also refused to attend ds/dil’s engagement party b/c her ex hosted.

      But she’s loving every minute of planning and hosting the upcoming baby shower.  naturally-her husband’s new wife has NOT been invited!




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      Linda L wrote Jun 1, 2013
    • I agree with the above ladies. At least she came to the graduation and that’s what is important.

      I wouldn’t join in for dinner too.




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