>You have absolutely no family loyalty airing your
>grievences on this website.
I only want to discuss this part of the post, not the bash for which this poster was deservedly warned.
"Family loyalty"? I've heard that term used mostly by people who mean that you should never speak ill of another family member in public, no matter what that person says about you. It'a a noble goal. But it's not one that I aspire to emulate.
Speaking just for myself, I wouldn't tell outsiders anything about family members who behave nicely toward the family (the "cooperate" model), but I wouldn't hesitate to trash family members who behaved like Kelli (the "conflict" model) to outsiders. Especially after Kelli's comments on national TV.
How do others feel about this?