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Covid & Thanksgiving

Devasated posted 11/27/2020 17:18 PM

I had the rare and distinct oppurtunity to spend my very first major Holiday completely alone and sick with Covid.
Have to say not as bad as I thought it would be. Pretty mellow which was a nice change from all the uncertainty and pain. One down a few left, which of course I am not looking forward too.

I dont have a choice, he already moved on and flew 1500 miles away to celebrate Thanksgiving with his AP family, in which they do not know he is still married with kids. He lied to to his adult children and said that he was too sick to spend the holiday together, they have no idea he is with her and her kids during this holiday.

Ughhhh... Do I tell his kids?

fareast posted 11/27/2020 17:44 PM

Strength to you and best of luck with COVID19. I hope your case is mild and you return to health soon.

I would not protect my WS from the truth. Your adult children deserve the truth. If he lied to his children about Thanksgiving you have the opportunity to give them honesty.

Get well soon.

WhatsRight posted 11/27/2020 17:55 PM

Oh, so sorry you are sick. Please take care of yourself.

And to answer your question, I agree that adult children have a right… And most likely will want to exercise that right to know the truth. I’m not sure if I would call them for the express purpose of telling them that he is lying. But if it came up, I would not protect him.

Lots and lots of get well wishes!!!!

[This message edited by WhatsRight at 5:57 PM, November 27th (Friday)]

k8la posted 11/27/2020 22:31 PM

I wouldn't bring it up but in casual conversation if they bring up that he was sick, I wouldn't be adverse to saying - Sick? no - he wasn't sick - I heard he flew out to xyc city to have Thanksgiving with AP. I could be wrong - I don't keep track. But I don't think he was sick.

Chrysalis123 posted 11/28/2020 10:25 AM

What K8la said.

Get well soon.

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