“And we gave him a watered-down version,” he revealed.
In fact, he thought it would be fine to finally tell James the truth. But, once the secret was out, his nephew was reportedly horrified, and it sparked a massive argument at Regina’s home.
Since then, James has gone to stay at his mother-in-law’s house. And Regina is furious with him for “painting her as the villain.”
While he didn’t think he did that, though, he has confided in some friends about the whole situation. And they actually agreed with Regina and believed he should not have told his nephew the truth.
So now, he’s been left wondering whether telling his nephew why his wife is not very close to him was the wrong thing to do.
Is it a common practice for people to name children after deceased loved ones? Do you think his wife had a valid reason for never forging a true connection with her nephew or not? If you were in his nephew’s shoes all those years, how would you feel?
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