Leave town for several weeks. Your relatives will be grateful for your kind gesture.
5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 02/11/2018
Explain you need some time without the cloud of grief on you. You can tell them a 66 year old grandfather, who has dealt with his share of grief in his time, said it will be healthy for you. Then get back to the family.
6 Answers · Family & Relationships · 04/11/2018
I'm so sorry this happened. It must be hard on you to be in this situation. Do you know why he refuses treatment? Often times when patients hear or research the survival and remission rates for certain types of cancers, they opt to go...
4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 30/07/2019
You can help him by being the person unafraid to mention the elephant in the room. Many people don't bring up the lost loved one, fearing they'll add to the hurt, when it's better for the bereaved to be able to talk about her. So when you see...
5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 05/02/2019
That's a sweet story. My own parents grew up in the Depression, fought in the war, and stayed together until my dad died. (Mom had been married once before, briefly. We were...
2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 09/07/2019
Are YOU one of those men? If so, men like that are still with us. If not, become one.
4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 29/06/2019
Sadly, this is not unusual in today's world. It's good that your Nana has you and that you are a caring person. There is probably nothing you can do to inspire empathy in your cousins, but your Nana...
7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 07/12/2018