Dinged-your comment is precisely my impression of the whole thing.
BUT he is also a "live it and learn it" person-so anytime I say anything, its automatically disregarded, until he experiences it for himself.
It's fucking annoying.
I would rather he move on than make everyone miserable by playing games.
In the meantime, I'm doing like GalaGirl said-and just not participating with any of it-because I need to deal with me and I'm on overload. School takes higher priority than their bullshit and the kids take higher priority than all of it.
So, off to class with kids in tow. Finish out the class while my GG takes the kids to the library (they love it there) and then grab lunch with them all so we can have some fun before he goes to work.
One thing at a time-and giving the kids and GG a happy day is something I can do, gives us all a break.
"Love As Thou Wilt"