Our expert says:
Sadly, as your neighbouring message also demonstrates, some children are foul in the way they choose to treat their parents. And nowadays there seem to be some who believe that the constitution specifically guarantees them the overwhelming right to jol and "partay" as much as they can, and to ignore all their other responsibilities in life.
I'm not sure that you need to be very careful to avoid hurting the feelings of this callous woman - and indeed, depending on the exact nature of her mom's illness, its certain that she could at least have lived longer and in much greater comfort, had she been seen earlier, and may have had the problem cleared up. So why not agree with her that she does have grounds for feeling guilty, in having so neglected her mother. She could easily have taken her to the same government hospital but very much sooner ; she could have afforded to take her for private care for some of the money she spends on partying.
For her to be exulting in the "freedom" she has gained by her mother's death is frankly obscene. And one suspects that he major regret is that now she'll have to hire someone to do all the work her mom sued to do, which will cut into her party and restaurant budget.
I don't see why anyone should feel they need to support such a selfish creature, especially not in any way that suggests or implies that her miserable treatment of a loving mom was in any way justified. Why on earth have you kept such a dreadful creature as your "friend", and why on earth would you want to keep her as such ?
Watch out that she doesn't enrol you to take on some of her mom's work load.
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