I don’t think their response to death is healthy

Dear ABBY: I misplaced my dear mother-in-law two many years ago. She was a excellent person, and I skip her.

Jeanne Phillips 

Even so, because her death, my in-laws have long gone into overdrive buying and gifting the spouse and children with things imprinted with her picture or with “in memory of” on them. There are plaques on chairs, memory gardens, pics everywhere, T-shirts with her likeness, bumper stickers and items of jewelry.

At what point do you conclude that this is harmful and sufficient is enough? In some cases I really feel like I’m living in a shrine committed to her.

Sensitive Scenario

Yung A. Elizabeth

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