And so I screw up yet again. I used Facebook to make a point of the communication aspect that's been missed by my oldest brother and his partner - and neither of them were particularly happy with what I had to say. (Not that I expected it - in fact I expected worse than what I actually got). But they want an apology to my sister-in-law because she was going through a rough spell with her grandfather in a home/not recognising her - and I went public rather than via private message (which while not the best way to have handled it - was just a statement of the fact that it was a way to keep in touch regardless of my phone being on or off that my brother had used for an excuse) - even though I had tried to battle with myself saying it/not saying it. In the end - I couldn't keep it in much longer without being a complete arse. How I feel is obviously unimportant - and I've upset others yet again. If I apologise I'm going against what I feel. If I don't apologise, there could be family friction. It's a no-win situation.