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Dear Hurting: If your sister in law concern really were that you didn spend enough time with her children, then why would she ban you from their lives? It sounds as if she indeed has severe anger or anxiety issues and would settle on anything to resent; for now, that you and your relationship with her children, but if it weren that, it would be something else. It disappointing that your brother has allowed his wife mental illness to dictate their entire lives. He in deep..