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Mom asks if she's wrong not to support son marrying his therapist soon after his wife died.

Mom asks if she's wrong not to support son marrying his therapist soon after his wife died.

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There may be no "right" way to grieve, but it's safe to say that getting promptly remarried to your therapist is a "wrong" way.

He stormed out and hasn't talked to me since.

A concerned mom wrote into "Am I The A**hole?" after her widowed son started planning her wedding to—you guessed it—a woman who used to be her therapist.

Mom and son were always close, and she had a great relationship with his tragically deceased wife.

My son and I used to be very close, I had him young and his dad didn't end up sticking around so for a long time it was just us. It made the teen years a breeze because he was always telling me what happened and what parties he went to and who he was seeing so I was never worried about him and trusted him a lot.

When he was 17 he met a girl I'll call Sophie. It was pretty clear he were head over heels for each other and she ended up moving into the attic apartment of the home I owned at the time along with him, because her home situation wasn't great(dad was abusive, mum was in jail). Probably partially because I always wanted a daughter (I was past the point of a safe pregnancy by the time I met my husband), and because of my great relationship with my son I ended up very close to Sophie.

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