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26 Sep 12 #357875 by mez
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My 22yr old is having a civil partnership in January & I assumed everyone was invited so I asked her dad if he was giving our son a lift to the venue or should I.

She has now told me that because her dad hardly ever calls her she doesn''t want to invite him. He is bi-polar (Only diagnosed 2 years ago, but it explained a LOT) plus he works really long hours driving machinery so he finds it hard to interact socially. She knows this. He will be heartbroken.

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26 Sep 12 #357878 by Action
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I guess it''s her choice at the end of the day and you mustn''t feel guilty about it.

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