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Sibling jealous..

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Twiggy71 Sun 01-May-16 17:19:58

I have recently been very very depressed and under a psychiatrists care and slowly getting better.
The problem i have is with my dsis who in the beginning supported me wholeheartedly. It was after I had a disagreement with my dm that she turned on me. I hadn't wanted to talk to my ds on the phone after the arguement as she wanted to shout at me and berate me for arguing with my dm.
I thought the best thing for both of us would be to have some time apart to calm down.
This is what has happened, but now my other dsis has been visiting from abroad and the ds i fell out with won't go to our dm & df house when I'm their and just avoids me.
I know she has her issues as have I but i don't know if i can forgive her for turning on me (she has a history of doing this) when i was so ill.

Twiggy71 Sun 01-May-16 19:58:56


summerainbow Sun 01-May-16 22:49:30

I spoken to sis for about 3 years no going back she got our mum to herself which is always wanted .
"Let it go "is my mantra .
We are in our 50s I can't be bothered now.

HeddaGarbled Mon 02-May-16 08:44:12

This all sounds a bit high drama and my advice is to try and calm down. You don't have to make this a major lifetime rift by deciding that you are never going to forgive her. If you aren't getting on well at the moment and avoiding each other, that's fine. It will probably blow over in time if you don't escalate it.

There seem to be a lot of arguments in your family. Is this your normal family dynamic? It is possible to disagree with people without having big rows.

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