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Would you invite your delinquent dad or mom to your wedding?

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If either of your parents were delinquent or absent in your early life would you invite them to your wedding?

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Yes I would. it might just be a time of forgiveness and reconciliation.
by Gia
Yes...why not. However I can't really say for sure as I've never been in that situation, however I have invited a sister whom I did not see for years to my wedding.
Sure, family is family regardless of what they've done.

If I were to get married I wouldn't invite anyone who was likely to spoil the day. It would be about me and my husband, and I wouldn't want to be worried that someone would ruin it. A day that's about us wouldn't be suited to someone with poor boundaries.
That was exactly my reasoning. I knew my grandfather would pull something. He's a selfish man. Unfortunately though, I caved to my mother's request that I invite him. He made a scene during the service and my and my husband's memory of our special day will always be tainted, not only by what he did that day but everything he has ever done.
by Vee
Yes, family's important even if you don't always see eye to eye.
Yes, as long as that person did not cause any problems.
Strange response jonaj, you can't uninvite somebody if they're already there and cause a scene. I knew my grandfather would pull something at my wedding and wasn't going to invite him. Mum insisted that I do and we both lived to regret inviting him.
by Vee
I think what I mean is, that 'if' they were ok at the wedding, then fine...but knowing that a problem could arise, as I did with my second marriage...we had a couple of guys to remove that person.e.g. remove, to another area...and told to leave, and if that person did not the Police, were to be called...simple. We don't hold back on rules. ; )
by jonaja
Depends on what they've done. I didn't want to invite my grandfather to my wedding, but my mother insisted I do. He made a scene. I regret listening to her and she regrets asking me to invite him.
by Vee
can not understand a grandfather doing that, so sad. : (
by jonaja
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