(Closed) Sister drama- to the extreme

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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5904 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2012

thoughts:

1) i’d be pretty pissed at that friend of yours

2) this is an imaginary scene in your head- so i wouldn’t base any decisions off it.  i would maybe talk to your parents and her kids under their care and get some feedback from them.  do the kids even talk to their mother? would it make them uncomfortable if she were there?  ditto with your parents.

3) sorry you are going through this.  bipoloar disorder is very difficult for all family members….but i try and remember how difficult it must be for the actual person who has it, too.  it makes it even more frustrating when they refuse to take meds.  argh.

Post # 4
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466 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Have you talked to your parents about not inviting your sister?  What do they think?  I agree that there is not really a win-win situtation for everyone one.  Can you sit down with your FI and your parents and figure out a plan for inviting her or for not inviting her?  This is a terrible situation for you and your family and I wish you the best of luck.

Post # 5
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543 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

my soon to be father in law is bi-polar.. JOY! you just have to learn how to deal with them and ignore alot of things. If your screwed either way and if you REALLY think she is going to sabotage your wedding then dont invite her. you need your wedding today to be as stress free as possible and you wont enjoy yourself if your freakin out the whole time worrying if your sister is going to mess it up. and btw, i think that was crappy of your friend too! all she did was make things worse.

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