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This Bride Thought Of the Best Revenge On Her Abusive Parents By Writing Them This! LOOK HERE!

There is nothing greater than the parents' love to their children. They work day in and day out just to make sure they get to provide the best for their children. They try to guide them in the best way possible so they can be confident when it's time for their children to start their own home. However, not all parents are like these. There are those who are like the parents of this Reddit user, Alyssa Pearce who shared how she grew up in an abusive home.

The twenty-three year old Alyssa reminisced all the pain she got from her parents in a post which went extremely viral. According to her, she suffered “physical, emotional, and sexual abuse at the hands of two people who were supposed to love and cherish me. So my narcissistic parents abused me for 16 years before I ran away from home." 

But after many years, when she was finally getting married, her parents tried to get themselves invited through another family member. "Now they’re trying to bully their way (via family, they haven’t bothered to speak to me personally) into getting an invitation to my wedding. There was really only one way to respond,” Alyssa shared. 

Instead of letting them ruin her big day, she thought of the best thing to do! She wrote them with a de-invitation and slayed it!

“So I went home and wrote my parents the de-invitation. I opened up a word document, found the nicest calligraphy font I could, loaded up the printer with some of the lovely parchment paper left over from the other invitations, and wrote. I then found a nice matching envelope, addressed it with a fancy gold pen, and posted it. I mean, if you’re going to send someone a memorable ‘stuff you,’ you’ve really got to put in some effort. You may as well go all-out.”

See her un-invitation below: 

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