When a sister gets divorced and moves in with the other, it can have a dramatic impact on their relationship. They may need to adjust to new living arrangements, financial responsibilities, and emotional needs. This can be a challenging time, but it can also be an opportunity for the sisters to grow closer and develop a deeper understanding of each other.
A user took to a popular forum and asked, “Am I wrong for telling my sister to stop leaving her room when she’s wearing her nightgown?”
The Original Poster’s (OP) 26-year-old sister moved in with her and her 32-year-old husband several days after her divorce was finalized. OP’s sister also lost her job, making it impossible to continue paying rent for her apartment.
OP Likes Her Sister
OP had been mostly in agreement with her sister since she moved in with her and her husband, except for one issue. OP was uncomfortable with what her sister wore, particularly at night when she unwinded and relaxed.
What Did She Wear
Her sister usually wore silky nightwear, mostly nightgowns, which OP thought was inappropriate. When OP suggested that her sister buy some pajamas, she refused, saying she didn’t “feel comfortable” in them.
OP Is The Only Who Saw Her Sister
Despite OP being the only one who saw her sister dressed like that, she was concerned about the potential for arguments with her husband if her sister continued to dress like that and left her room.
What Happened Next?
Last night, OP saw her sister in the kitchen wearing a purple, strapped, knee-length nightgown while grabbing something from the fridge.
What Happened When OP Tried To Speak With Her
When OP tried to speak to her sister about that, they argued. OP told her sister to stop leaving her room when she was dressed like that, but her sister argued that there was nothing wrong with what she was wearing and that she wasn’t walking around without clothes.
What Did The Sister Say?
OP responded that it was her home and that her sister should respect her request as a guest. However, her sister replied that just because she was living in OP’s house didn’t mean that OP had the right to control what she wore. She then stormed off to her room.
They Haven’t Spoken
OP and her sister have not spoken since the argument in the kitchen. Her sister is still refusing to talk about the issue, and there seems to be a tense atmosphere in the house.
You’re A Jerk
“She’s wearing a knee-length night gown. What next? She can’t show her shoulders? A little bit of cleavage? Her ankles?”
You Don’t Trust Your Husband
“Don’t take whatever issues you’re having with your husband out on your sister.”
More From Mrs Daaku Studio
He Took Care of His Daughter For Two Weeks While Wife Was Away. Says, “For all the work that I did, the one tiny mistake I made, and she slammed for after 2 weeks.” Is He Right?
He REFUSED To Let The Passenger In Front of Him To Recline Her Seat on a Flight. She Calls Him A Jerk. Is This Justified?
He refused to let the passenger in front of him recline the seat. She gets irritated, but we think she is the one who is wrong. You decide. Read here.
She REFUSED To Pay Her Friend $7000 For Her Share of Trip To Italy. We Think She Did Right.
She REFUSED To Pay Her Friend $7000 For Her Share of Trip To Italy. We Think She Did Right. Read here
He Inherited His Brother’s Insurance & 401K. Refused To Share It With Brother’s Widow and Kids. Thinks He Is Right
He Inherited His Brother’s Insurance & 401K. Refused To Share It With Brother’s Widow and Kids. Thinks He Is Right.
He Took His friend’s Wallet By Mistake, and REFUSED To Return It When Asked. Thinks His Friend Is A Jerk, Not Him. Did He Go Too Far?
He Took His Friends Wallet By Mistake, and REFUSED To Return It When Asked. Thinks His Friend Is A Jerk, Not Him. Did He Go Too Far? Read here.
This article was originally published on Mrs Daaku Studio.