"I caught a cold," wrote one commenter sharing his bad Thanksgiving. "That and I got laid off." Another Redditor posted, "Racist in-laws."
"I doubt you would call YOUR OWN children 'a burden' or 'problematic,'" one user commented.
"He's going to have a baby younger than his grandchild," wrote the man's expectant older daughter on the discussion site Mumsnet.
"At family holidays with my aging dad, my older sister said if I came, the kids would not come."
"Milestone FOMO is that feeling of anxiety as we're forced to confront our 'progress' against these traditional life milestones," explained a psychiatrist.
"Many parents notice a dramatic difference in their relationship with their spouse after a child passes away," Dr. Jenine Lowery told Newsweek.
Over two million people have watched the viral TikTok video. One user said: "Thanks for sharing this on behalf of anyone that has a baby."
"I thought it was a joke, but my sister-in-law said that's what they want."
"That's as poignant & beautiful a letter as I've ever seen in all my years as a social worker Steven," said one person after reading the letter.
"There's nothing weird or untoward by a couple showering together," said one reply to the viral Reddit post.
"We've had more than our fair share of disagreements in the past. He tried to sue me," wrote the Reddit poster in explanation.
"I don't want any major responsibilities right now and honestly, the baby isn't really my grandchild," said the woman in the Reddit post.
"You've clearly favored one daughter," said one Redditor on the now-viral post.
"A week after moving in, she quits her job and lives here rent-free, and gets all other daily expenses paid for by us."
"Apparently, I was never a sister to her," said the heartbroken bride-to-be.
"He ended up staying there for almost a week and wouldn't answer his phone most of the time."
The stepmom wrote on the viral Mumsnet post, "I do my best, after all, I'm the one who makes them have their own room and live in a nice home."
Mumsnet readers were not impressed by the complaints, but a counselor has told Newsweek the daughter-in-law might have to "be the bigger person."
"The way I see it, everyone should be able to turn down food for any reason," said the poster of the Reddit post.
"Children create a different vibe at weddings—some people love that, others prefer it to be a more grown-up occasion," Zoe Burke told Newsweek.
"I would hear people say once she was a little older that things would return to normal. They never really did," wrote the upset 15-year-old.
The DEA has described rainbow fentanyl as a scheme designed by Mexican drug cartels to market the deadly drug, disguised as candy, to children and young people.
"It seems she's still holding a grudge over what happened when we were kids," said the poster, as he explained the situation with his sibling.
"I ended up losing my mind and screaming," admitted the dad in the now-viral post on Reddit.
"Clean clothes rarely find themselves in wardrobes or cupboards," explained the mom in the now-viral Mumsnet post.
"Seriously, kudos. You are 100 percent in the right," said one reply on the viral Mumsnet post.
"People say they're pursuing health or wellness, but actually, they're pursuing thin privilege," Dr. Karla Lester told Newsweek.
"It just felt like it was never going to end," said Helen Robinson, who owns the farm together with her husband.