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Should I tell her that her mom was no angel?

DEAR ABBY: My mother, who died recently, wasn’t subtle about favoring my younger sister.

Jeanne Phillips 

My sister, “June,” is grief-stricken and talks about our mother positively — a lot. Our mother was cruel to me at times, and June knows it, but she continues to talk glowingly about her.

I want to say to her, “She may have been an angel to you, but she was a b—- to me my entire life,” but, of course, I don’t. I would just like to forget all about her.

When June does this, I usually remain silent. I want to be supportive, but at the same time, I think my feelings are important and should be respected. What should I do?

GRIEVING LESS IN WISCONSIN

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