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Grief is an interesting animal. There are times when the mind blocks out the present and we drift backwards to pleasant memories and maybe some not too pleasant. Folks on occasion-whether family or friends-disappoint us. My question is this......if you have been disappointed by family and/or friends do you confront them or do you move on? I am facing a situation where I would like to get to the bottom of some disrespectful comments that were allegedly uttered by a "friend". I have not spoken to this individual since my husband's passing because of the alleged comments some months prior to his passing. Now, that the dust is settling, I have been thinking that I would like to know if the quote was accurate or not. I'd like closure in a sense before I close the book on this relationship. This person did not attend David's service; nor send a sympathy card. There was just a message on the answering machine which until now I ignored. Lately; however, I find myself questioning the veracity of the family member who quoted her alleged comment. Probably way too much reflection time. Would you contact this person; state the reason you had been remiss in returning the call and gauge the reaction or just let it go?