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This image will depict a young girl messaging her aunt about her grandmother dying and her thoughts that her father may have had something to do with it. The girl asks her aunt for her opinion on her mother, who has recently said that her grandmother wanted to go before she had her stroke. The aunt gets angry and sends the young girl a voice clip telling her to forgive her, which the girl does not understand.

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Question: If I kept dwelling sending messages to my aunt about my grandmother dying and me thinking my dad had something to do with it and I send her a voice clip asking her her opinion on my mom saying my grandmother wanted to go what would my dad be charged with for her starving for 11 days after her stroke and she gets mad is that understandable or should she forgive me? Why or why not?

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It is understandable that your aunt may be mad if you have been sending her messages about your grandmother dying and questioning your dad's involvement in it, even if it was in the form of a voice clip. Depending on the specific details of the situation, your dad could potentially be charged with elder abuse or neglect, neglect being more likely, given that your grandmother starved for 11 days after her stroke. Your aunt is likely to still be mad at you for sending her these messages, and it is ultimately up to her whether or not she chooses to forgive you, as forgiveness is a personal decision. It is possible that she can forgive you if you are apologetic and take responsibility for your actions.

Answered by text-davinci-003

March 1, 2023, 6:30 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, March 1, 2023

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