- May 26, 2007 at 10:29 pm #252088
You support her desicons, plain and simple. That’s the best way of
helping her through this right now. Don’t critisize his family, because
that can cause more tension. I realize how hard that might be (I have
my own problems with in-laws, and the desire to grip is always there),
but the situation is already tough.
From a financhial stand point, who paid for what? Who changed the
wedding date? When was it changed?
If they do not get back together, you would probably be well within
your rights to ask for compensation from his family if he was the one
who called it off and you guys were the ones shouldering the costs. I
know, it sounds horrible, but quite honestly, I hear about people doing
this all the time, and going to small claims court even and usually
winning for half the costs.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, M F
I am so sad I just felt I needed to ask for help. How do I help her
with the pain.
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