Dating sister in law after divorce
Therefore, if it be the law of God that "a man shall not marry his deceased wife's sister," it is not a question for debate at all.
The Catholic Church, or the Church of Christ, always teaches us by the Spirit of the Word of God.
Is it really my fault that he now lives a life filled with drugs, alcohol and partying? So pat yourself on the back for doing something brave and necessary for your well being. You are still attached to his family, and in particular to your former sister-in-law.
I tried to save him from that, I tried my hardest with all my heart and hope for 5 years, and after he took away 2 precious lives from me, I couldn’t do it anymore… How can I get some closure so I can move on with life and make new friends? I wish I could give you something that might take away your pain, but that isn’t possible. And only by making some decisions about how you will talk to yourself, and how you will manage the information that you are looking at. The thing with the sister is particularly painful because you gave so much to her and she is disowning that connection, probably out of loyalty to her brother and the idea of family she carries in her head.
Not until daringly impudent, for the Church is a keeper and not a breaker or dispenser of God's commands.
Brother may be a loser and a drug addict, but he is still Brother, so she’ll stick with him, and stick it to you.
Not the right thing to do when he’s such a turd, but that is just what most people end up doing.
It doesn’t say good things about her character, and that is about as much as you can say.
Before you can move on, you will need to stop looking at your former sister-in-law’s blog. It can be facilitated by a therapist, however, and I think in the case you are describing it might be a very good think for you to visit with a therapist a few times.
I know you feel compelled to continue to look at the stuff she is writing, but continuing to view that stuff is making you crazy, and so you have to stop in order to protect yourself. You don’t seem to have people in your life who can validate and support you (you don’t describe such people anyway).