Comments to article «My Ex-Husband Got Angry Because I Don’t Want His Daughter to Spend Christmas With My Family»Read the articleGet notificationsLisa Bateman5 months agomy sympathy is with the husband here. Would it really be that difficult to include this young girl in the celebrations? Children make Christmas more special and generosity of spirit is the true meaning of Christmas.11-Reply5 months agoThe comment was arrested by the vice squad.Mariannela Campi Acosta5 months agoSi pienso en qué es lo mejor, tu hija podría ir a pasar la Navidad a casa de tu ex-marido, dado que quizás sean los últimos momentos en los que esa niña pueda pasar con su madre y quizá un día le pese no haber compartido lo que pudo ser su última Navidad. En cuanto a tu actitud, querida, no merece siquiera comentarios.1-ReplyJenny Coyle5 months ago'My family’s traditional celebration is a sacred thing and I do not feel comfortable including anyone else' What sort of BS is this? She celebrates Christmas but seems to have forgotten any of the Christian values. Maybe the poor child is better off not spending Christmas in such a household that doesn't even welcome a small child in a time of need, who is their own daughter's half-sister! Unbelievable.7-ReplyJennifer Peterson5 months agoJenny CoyleAgreed!3-Reply5 months agoAin't nobody got time for that.5 months agoWe took this comment away to our comment museum.Rayne Saltair4 months agoI feel like there's missing information here. For her family to say they felt uncofortable too, it makes me wonder, if this man treated this woman badly in the past. She said this girl doesn't ever come to her house so that they only see each other, at the ex's house.--ReplyKatherine Noonemonth agoI would encourage this woman to try and be open and empathetic towards her own daughter and her half sister. Has she asked her daughter if she would like her sister to be at their Christmas? Especially if she says yes, it shouldn’t even be a question whether or not to include her. Perhaps some not forgiven negative feelings regarding the ex husband are clouding her feelings about this little girl. The little girl is innocent and her mother may be dying. I would encourage her to try and let go of thinking of this as a favor to her ex husband and instead as a way to bring joy to this little girland her own daughter.1-Replyfet ravmonth agoI'm not Christian, I'm not really understand the real purpose in the position of religious and religions. However, I have seen and came across this events many times and I've seen and perceived that Christmas has influence on people in different way and they define their Christmas in their own way. The woman completely feel that this is the private time for her family. The ex-husband just want to acheive his father duty by forcing to intrude to other people's private zone. I don't think the true Christian should use just the social standard to abuse people's right by forcing other people in the name of the religious.--ReplyJess Coburnmonth agoMy daughter’s biological father passed away when she was 9, and I started taking her 3 half siblings every other weekend so their mom could have a break and my daughter could bond with them. This lady sounds selfish and childish and emotionally immature. I feel bad both daughters that they don’t get to enjoy the holiday together.--ReplySign in, to add a comment
and her own daughter.
I don't think the true Christian should use just the social standard to abuse people's right by forcing other people in the name of the religious.