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Dear Miss FPG,
My husband and I are divorced but now our oldest daughter is about to be married. But, like so many divorces, ours was not amicable and he has not participated much in the raising of our children. Nor will he contribute to the cost of the Wedding. So my question is: Should I ask him not to attend the wedding?
I realize that you may be uncomfortable with your ex, but really this question should be directed to you daughter. I solute your hard work in raising your children as a single mom as well as your generosity to foot the bill for your daughter's wedding. But this wedding day is about her, her love for her husband to be, so let her decide if she wants her dad by her side on the big day. If she does, then it's your job to make the bast of it. After all, you don't have to interact with him other than siting in the same room at the ceremony. You don't have to dance with him or even sit with him at the reception. But on this, your daughter's day, try hand forget past animosity and focus on the joy of the occasion and your daughters happiness.
Dear Miss FPG,
My son has announced that he is to wed. But he plans to marry his male friend. While I love my son, a same sex marriage is not something I feel I can support. How should to react to his announcement?
A Christian Woman
The United States Supreme Court has spoke, Love is love. I suggest that you try to sow your son the love you say you have for him. Rejoice that he has found someone to love as well as to be loved by his intended.