Well, it happened at a funeral almost two years ago. She saw family she hadn't seen in a while, and people she used to know. She received hugs and condolences before the services started, and after the burial as well, but the moment where she last saw the dearly departed and they close the coffin, the last time she saw her father's face, she broke down and it appeared her husband had temporarily forgotten his place. The family, confused, waited for the husband to console her, and after he met their piercing eyes, an embrace is what he appeared to offer. But, in reality He grabbed her, and patted her back harshly as if to say, calm the **** down, and get a hold of your damned self, see? A part of her wanted to say, "Look at what he just did to me!" But her grieving family thought the gesture was executed lovingly so the only way she kept from losing her sanity was to ignore this heinous reality continuing to cry on the outside for her father, and on the inside for such cruelty. She realized that life's demons had caused her husband to act like such a fool And after she asked him about it weeks later, he said he was too far gone to realize it was cruel. She has understood and forgiven him for most, and she doesn't think of this too often, but how does she forgive how he almost killed her spirit while her father laid in his coffin?