Our expert says:
Come on readers ! REspond to these messages from someone hurting, but where the problem isn't really a psychiatric one. Where are you all ?
Sometimes one crrates situations in which one will feel betrayed, and which are avoidable. Whatever happened between you and your sister and mom is between you --- you feel you have good reason not to want to communicate with them. But it is not fare to expect your daughter, who has apparently not had such problems with them, to also avoid them --- nor to insist that it is "betrayal" when she does so. YOu weren't "wrong" to feel hurt, but you didn't and don'thave to feel hurt about this. Now, if the sister who isn't talking to you but may be saying unpleasant things about you, is visiting your house, is unacceptable --- it's your house, not hers or your daughter's, and she should not have visitors there who you would notm welcome.
Can you firstly, discuss this calmly with your daughter and husband ? Then even think of ending the unnecessary feud with your sister and mom ?
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