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  1. If you confront them on their behavior it will only alienate them further, do not do it. But also, stop being so available to them, they don't deserve it.  Grow a backbone .  Your husband , if anyone, should be the one to stand up to them, but as you...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 12/01/2021

  2. You can't really blame people for being extremely worried about COVID-19 as the media we're exposed to is treating it like it's the plague (which killed 1/3 of humanity) as opposed to something generally treatable now that...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 13/01/2021

  3. Yes, you are ................

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 07/01/2021

  4. As long as people actually smarten up and take this seriously by taking all the necessary precautions and following the rules so that the damn thing stops spreading so much, then yeah sure. In reality, though, with the way things are...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 15/01/2021

  5. You need to figure out why you feel guilty, because like you say, you didn't do anything wrong.  Are you leaving out details?  For example, are you broke and having to rely on your brother for money?  If so, then you should have...

    2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 13/01/2021

  6. I'm in this prison of L.A. along with you and have had to watch several friends attend their parents' funerals via Zoom or FaceTime. It's not easy and it's not really fair that our county health department...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 10/01/2021

  7. It is EXTREMELY unlikely that you would have even a moderate case if you did get COVID.  The chances of a healthy 21 year old dying from it are almost ZERO.  Discuss it with them and let them know that you...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 05/01/2021

  8. I'd stay in Kansas until I give birth and arrange for the baby to be adopted by a stable family. While doing that I'd try to find something I could do online to earn money. Then I'd ask my cousin in NJ if I could stay with...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 05/01/2021

  9. Okay, first off no one is responsible for the mental illness of another.   We may not understand it, may be suffering our own trauma as a result of it, may be reacting or not in a healthy manner to it, but it is not anyone's fault.  His family IS...

    2 Answers · Family & Relationships · 17/12/2020

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