6 Family Behaviors That are Totally Dysfunctional

It’s ok if your picture perfect family suffers occasional dysfunction, but prepare yourself to deal with it productively.

By Caila Ball
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This past weekend my husband and I went together with our son and DIL to conduct a garage sale. My DIL had placed a book I had purchased for my granddaughter for Easter on the garage sale. It was a bedtime prayer book for children. My DIL or son was not around when I purchased it back to keep at my house. I feel every right to feel hurt. I realize that it was my DIL's right to sell it since once a gift is given, it is her right to do with what she pleases. I shouldn't be surprised by this. I've been hurt a lot since they've been married but come on now, a bedtime prayer book! Any help would be appreciated!!

peaches463 on 2014-05-24 16:58:03

the next button doesn't work, any tips for how to read the rest of the article?

walkelin on 2014-02-08 10:43:19

This was an excellent article. My former husband fits the description of
dysfunction well, he feels the need to attack my husband and I every
chance he gets. He refers to me by mean names to my Grandchildren. Now, my Daughter
is taking after her father by telling my toddler Grandchild lies about
me, all because of their bad behavior and bad habits that are dangerous to
the Child's well being. I am constantly correcting my Grandchild. Terrible
situation for my Grandchildren.

All4God on 2014-01-16 18:27:45