-- Not Very Tactful
Let's take a step back here and consider something. What possible good could have come from sending that e-mail? Did you really think the evil sister would read it and suddenly realize, "Gosh, she's right. I am a bitch." But we're not here to deal with the past. Instead, let's focus on mending some bridges, and facing some realities. You're probably always going to be a second-class citizen in that family. Tough luck. Welcome to marriage. However, you could regain some face by sending another, less-hateful e-mail, this time addressed to your mother-in-law. Tell her: "I'm sorry if I overstepped my boundaries. I worry that your daughter is doing you wrong, but I realize that this is a family fight that I probably should not get involved in. I just want you to be happy." There now, can't you feel the love already?
Dear Karma Cleanser:
I have been told that I will soon move into a relationship with someone I know and that it will be "undeniable." I have also been told that I will move into this relationship in order to clear relationship karma. Does this clearing have to be a painful process? If so, is there any way to mitigate the effects?
-- Future Uncertain
Have you been talking to Miss Cleo again? We thought those psychic friendship phone lines had gone the way of dot-com stock options. Anyway, yes, clearing out bad relationship karma can be a painful process, but it's not something you should fear. Think of it like flossing. Sure, your gums might bleed, but isn't that better than losing your teeth?
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Because they are super-duper horny, of course.
Hoping he cleaned his pooh hammer before hand