My step-daughter insulted me at her wedding – I can't see past my anger | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I THOUGHT I had a good relationship with my stepdaughter but after attending her wedding recently, I feel snubbed and overlooked.

I am 56 and my husband is 58. We were seated behind the other guests two tables away from the bride and groom.

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We could not see or be seen by them. We only saw the seating plan on the day.

My stepdaughter clearly knew what she’d planned wouldn’t have pleased her dad. She’s 27.

We can’t imagine what we have done to deserve this treatment as we’ve always made a big effort with her.

My husband is furious but hasn’t talked to his daughter about it.

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He acts like nothing’s happened and I feel awkward in her company now.

I can’t look at her without feeling angry.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Weddings often bring out tensions in families but think carefully about the bigger picture.

Making your feelings known would make your future relationship even more strained.

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