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    Bm- i know she is your sister, but why do you continously put up with her being so terrible all the time?

    This is the last straw. She is so selfish.

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    I can't believe that she feels her need to publicly play happy families should override your need to have the hurt from your childhood acknowledged and sensitively managed. Such selfishness. Such denial. I hope you find a solution. You're a brave girl for even being willing to confront this.


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    Oh my. I'm normally a vocal 'keep peace with your siblings' activist but in this instance no fricking way. She needs to pull her head in and at the very least have some empathy. I think I only know part of the story because right now it is escaping me as to why he is even still a welcome family member?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    I think I only know part of the story because right now it is escaping me as to why he is even still a welcome family member?
    If I knew my father did that to a sibling, whether we shared both parents or not, he would be removed from my life. Not just bc of her but the potential he may do it to my kids.

    I just wanted to clarify and I know others have asked - she knows the details right OP?

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    Wow I can't believe she thinks your being dramatic. Like po have said she lucky your going

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    Vent away hun....

    I wish I could slap her with a cold dead fish.

    I am sorry that she is doing this to you again.

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    hey guys,
    yep she knows it all. She went to counselling with me, my older sister has told her. My mum had told my older sister how it all panned out.
    plus I have sent her emails that he sent to me.
    but she still acts like I am overly dramatic.

    i am so wishing i was not going.

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    Oh you poor thing! Far out! Is she for real? She knows it all, been to counscelling with you, seen emails etc and she STILL thinks you're being dramatic?? What is wrong with some people?

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    Holy cr*p! I don't know the whole story but what I can gather from this thread, she expects you to play happy families with your abuser, and then has the hide to tell you that you are causing drama!?

    Can I come tell her what I think?!

    She should be grateful you haven't disowned her with that attitude and selfishness!

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    Can you not just say "thanks but I'd rather not sit at the bridal table, please put me on another table"?

    Surely it could just be the parents, why does she even need someone "in place" of Mum?


 

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