Woman Gets Cheated On 3 Weeks Before Her Dream Wedding, Asked If She’s A Jerk For Not Allowing Her Sister Get Married Instead
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Things falling apart is not an exception for weddings! An unidentified woman recently switched to Reddit and uploaded her emotionally-consuming true-life story about how her dream wedding fell apart and resulted in a bit of drama.
The groom, who was her fiancé cheated and reacting she called off the wedding. With the vendors to venues still very much intact, the woman’s sister then decided to take over the wedding by getting married to her partner.
But the elder sister who couldn’t bear the whole drama canceled everything. Sharing the story to ‘Am I The Asshole’ community on Reddit, the woman asked if she behaved like a jerk for saying a NO to her sister.
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An Unidentified Woman Asked Redditors What They Thought About Her Decision
Garnering over 13.8k likes and several awards, the majority of Redditors claimed she was entirely right. A few pointed out it would have, however, been financially effective to have allowed her sister to take over the wedding. Others equally pointed out how significant it is to deal with similar situations so as not to poison relationships with the entire family for a very long time.
Events, including weddings, can amplify family drama as emotions and tempers can run really high, thus it’s important to know how best to deal with such scenarios.
Sarah and Anna of The Celebrant Society, in an interview with Bored Panda on how best to deal with family dramas said: ‘The best means to avoid family drama is to first identify potential risky people, encounters, situations and enlist the assistance of your reliable family members and friends involved.’
Reddit Users Thought The Woman Did What’s Best For Her