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+4 votes

Apart from my son and hustand my sister is my closest friend.   We both take a different view of life and usually meet somewhere in the middle.

During our usual nightly hour long phonecalls last night she  confirmed a suspicion I had about her duplicity. Its' all about our family and wouldn't make sense outwith that.

Due to my personality I absolutely called her on it the moment it came up but she backtracked and tried to suck up... I'm raging still. I guess I'm looking for the fight

Anyhow, tonight she keeps messaging me with nice nice stuff and I'm responding in kind but really want to rip it up..

My husband says to leave it and only talk about it again if she does...

Trouble is, I'm more aggressive and it could result in me being the bad one regardless.

It' just shit 

We have met the enemy and he is us.

in Family and Parenting by (2,287,550 points)

4 Answers

+1 vote

Just relax.

Just Relax and have Fun with it.

by (3,489,471 points)
+1 vote
If you try to let it go and bury it, the resentment never really goes away.    There is nothing wrong with telling her that you're still a little peeved, and you would like to air it out and resolve it, and that is what I would suggest to you.
+1 vote

I have this situation often with my big sister.  She can do or say anything and its fine, but if I do the same she gives me grief:(  With sisters often you cannot win, so why try? lol ;)

by (5,937,330 points)
+2 votes

Will not  go  away until  you have  your  say  GB. and waiting  til  your  sis  brings it  up  again could  not happen soon or ever  happen..IMO

 Phone  call  isn't the  way  to  chat about it  as i/talking  over or  cutting in on each other   could  happen ,  email your concerns and   feelings is what id  do ..

Good luck..

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