You doubt it, you seriously doubt it, but the act of doubting is subjective. Its an assessment based on your observations of the world so far. I doubted it could happen because my world did not contain such behavior. But my world was proved too limited in scope, this is what happened. I am not judging whether he or she had a genuine grievance prior to his death, he may have had, but to try to extend it beyond his death and to actually succeed proved shocking for me. I was shocked and still am.I trust you have some independent evidence to back up that that story which slanders a dead person?..
It sounds to me more like a story fabricated by a person in order to explain why their children don’t talk to them and which obviously can’t be contested by the other deceased parent.
I seriously doubt anyone, male or female would place such an awful burden on their children particularly on their deathbed… most parents want what’s best for their children and for them to be happy.. instructing them not to talk to the other parent regardless of circumstances is very unnatural and damaging... why would a parent go out of their way to leave such a vindictive legacy to their children.?. divorcing parents love their children every bit as much or even more than other parents do.
Your intellectual assessment capabilities limits do not change the impact one iota