I'd like anyone's thoughts about this.
If you dont want to go, I wouldn't go.
My brother (the "drunk uncle") drinks at events.
I'd like to know from Cat ALLEY that by kicking people out of your life doesnt mean they go away, and everytime you see them at a family occasion theres all these awkward moments ... you cant actually kick them out ...
I would go for a short time and say hi and tell them you cant stay long - they probably dont want you there that long anyway but people need people and they want you there for whatever reason. You have been invited, go for half an hour - it wont kill you to do it ...
My brother just ahd a new baby and his psycho wife wont let us visit the new baby.. so im pretty irritated with them too...
Hi Sultan -
Thanks for your reply.
Hi - thanks for your replies.. I did contact my brother and he and I have now started talking again which makes me feel a lot better, I feel I dont even need to meet the new baby now as we have had cleared a lot up in the conversations. My brother never realised that by excluding us from his life for so long meant that he
In this situation, I'd suggest you take a little time to consider what your actual feelings are and what the ramifications of acting on those feelings will cost you and then do whatever feels right to you.
Personally, I'm always a bit weirded out by such an open adoption.