Family Feuds When Do They End?

Do good family feud questions have a relative feuding with other family? Can you feel uncomfortable at family gatherings? Do you feel that you have to take sides? Do you believe that it is silly to hold a grudge for years? Do you consider the feuding must end? In case you have answered yes or no to either question, read on.

Most families units aren’t perfect. There is usually at least one person in the household who causes havoc whenever the opportunity presents itself. When sisters, brothers, children have been feuding for years and neither side really wants to be the first to apologize, your family is in serious trouble.

Imagine burying your parents and not having seen or spoken to them in over a decade. The guilt you will live with will never be appeased.

There has to be a simple way to settle these situations in an agreeable manner. Neither person in this feud should have to lose face. The household needs to be involved to end this conflict.

Even though it might be only two brothers feuding for reasons uknown for twenty years the complete family feels uncomfortable. This situation should be closed. Family relationships are hard to maintain at the best of that time period, but when sides are drawn, or the feud is back in everybody’s face at every family event something has to give.

Life is too short to hold a grudge. If you were to ask individuals holding the grudge why, they probably could not answer. It was so long ago, feelings were hurt at that time and even if they wanted to end the feud they didn’t know how.

Thank you for reading my article. Please feel free to read my other numerous articles on various subjects. I want to hear from you.

Copyright Linda E. Meckler 2007

Linda is the author of her first published book, ?Ghost Kids Trilogy. “Christy, 12 and her Brother Brad, 16 moves into a vintage house on top of a mountain and meet two Ghost Kids.

Then we have a mysterious, magical Blue Vase where Uncle Charlie the villain is trapped. He wants out of the Blue Vase and exchange he’ll tell Christy and Brad where Pirates? Treasure is Hidden.

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