Bonsoir Loulou,<quoted text>
You're very lucky to live on such a relationship.
It's good your husband has you to help cope with his loss of his sister. That's very tragic .
I can't say I've experienced anything similar. But my mother lost a sister, she dissapeared when she was 21 and was never found. But the court pronouced her dead a few years back since it's most likely she's dead. I do know however my mother is sometimes really sad. I can see it.
So it's not something ppl just forget.
What I don't like is this cold hedonism. I see it a lot it's just not me. It's becomming more and more like this. IMO
Thank you...it has not been easy for either of us we learn to live differently because she is no longer physically with us but I feel as if she is watching over us....it was not his fault I think he sees that now...
Coldness is something to be excpected, obviously since we are not white I am sure there are people that are happy his sister is dead...in their mind it is one less.
We need to be more compassionate to those who have lost people close to them...I think we as a society have lost that.