Thursday, June 20, 2019

The family that ignores you.



Don't worry about the family that ignores and acts like you don't matter. Love the ones who are always there for you, no matter what.

15 comments:

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Unknown said...

The only person in my immediate family is my Mum
My brothers and their families pretty much ignore me and would never be thete for me

Anonymous said...

I love all my family, so sad there is one who thinks I don’t, I think he needs to do a lot of thinking and realize I have always been there for him and his family, but slips his mind always, we shall see in the long run what happens.

Anonymous said...

Amen because they sure are lots fake people in these home AMEN

dasu love said...

i love all the famly

Unknown said...

Or don't worry about people who say they will be your family and then when you don't do things their way. They desert you like you are nothing

Anonymous said...

Some families jump to conclusions without all the facts, then they leave things that way without getting the facts. So 😢

Anonymous said...

My family all went away after my daddy died �� seems he held us together ! Now they don't speak to me unless someone dies !! It's crazy when you treat your family like that !! Like what what did I do so bad that you quit having anything to do with me ? The whole world likes me ...but my family don't it's crazy !! I just don't understand ! I guess one day someone will tell me ...or maybe they will let me die old and grey not knowing ? Either way they missed out on a really nice person !! ME ��

Anonymous said...

The only time my extended family invites me to an event, is when a gift is expected, or I am expected to buy something they're selling at their "party." Other than that, they don't know me. They treated my mother the same way. To this day, none of them ever contact me. I am grateful for my church family, because they treat me much nicer! I would advise anyone who is reading these comments to consider that - find a Bible-believing church to attend regularly, and you'll experience real family love, in God's Family. You will find love that exceed all expectations!

Unknown said...

That is so true. Since coming out my family have ignored me

Anonymous said...

Death changes everything, especially people in your family. My relationship with my daughter fell apart when my son died and then her dad died two years later. I just have to pray it will all work out for good one day.

Anonymous said...

The shock of having your children turn against you is devastating. To believe lies from someone who has hated you for over 10 yrs and another someone you dont even know to turn against the people who loved you, raised you, sacrificed for you, protected you, and were there for you is unbelievable. Thankfully our daughter refuses to play along. She and her family are our joy. Praying the boys open their eyes before it's too late.

Unknown said...

My brother and sister, without explanation, have turned their back on our 96 year old mother. They've done the same with the others but we can't be bothered. Sad for mom to try to figure it out at her age.

karensbiz said...

Oh so true! I need a church family so badly!!!

Anonymous said...

It was such a relief to see the countless folks who had posted their familial relationship experience. I thought for a while I was completely alone in my struggles. I had always been good to my family, nuclear and extended. I was the "go-to" person anytime they wanted to enjoy the city so to speak. I compromised my own future in order to always take care of theirs needs before mine. I left nothing to myself. However, in spite of my enormous love for them, it had been reciprocated with betrayals and condemnation on my lack of greed. I never shared their penchant for valuing the material things. I was different from the pack. Unfortunately, both sides of my family shared the same interest for earthly possessions, which I never valued. Kindness was the only currency I valued and nothing else.