Son

by Mike
(Franklin, MA)

Oldest brother won't contact mother because mother has been abusive. Younger brother committed suicide. Mother doesn't know it was a suicide. Lack of support and disrespect from mother certainly was one of many contributing factors. She had economic resources which would have helped tremendously but would not share.


Only daughter lives in Ontario, Canada and is destitute. She cant travel down and mother who has resources will never help. She has not been visited by any of her 9 grand children as they have seen the wreckage caused by her behavior.

She was a poor parent, and alcoholic that lost her way. Then she got religion and redemption. Basically seems phony after what she put everyone through. Most of her assets were inherited but she will not acknowledge that. She will ultimately consume them all in assisted living.

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