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|Sammie Jo||Sep 17 2012, 11:23 PM|
let me just say as a mother, I cannot even imagine your loss, my sincere condolences.
As to how your husband grieves, thank you for sharing that, because I am the same way about death, I just never speak about the person again, if I do, it's just a mention, or I act like they are just "away" and not dead. It's the only way I can deal with it, ITA understand your husband's reaction, it's not that he doesn't care, he just can't accept it and if you don't talk about it, the person isn't really dead.
I'm just glad to know I'm not the only one who reacts like that.
As for sharon, seems like there's always an excuse for her bad behavior, oh, her father abandoned her, oh her child died, oh whatever, she has an excuse.
People have tragedies and crappy childhoods more often than not, they don't start screwing the stableboy or stealing, they deal with it and move on.
Nick, has no excuse either. I always did feel that Nick blamed himself and sharon, I felt, blamed him too for Cassie's death, after all, if he hadn't said she could go out, it wouldn't have happened. That still doesn't give him an excuse to turn to another woman.
Nick didn't just go out and jump in the sack with phyliss, they developed a friendship first, sharon, otoh, jumped in the haystack with Diego without so much as a how de do.
We could go on forever listing who did more wrong but it would just turn into another bashfest like the sharon & phyliss who did more bad things list.
The "experts" say that after the death of a child, most marriages do end.
Both sharon and nick were wrong in how they handled Cassie's death.
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