Bride Refuses To Include 'Adopted Sister' In Family Photos, Faces Backlash From Family
On the r/AmItheA**hole subreddit, a woman (OP) recently shared a story about how she excluded her "adopted sister", Ally, from family photos during her wedding and got criticized by her family members.
The OP explained that because of financial difficulties, her younger brother and his wife lived at the OP's house. Ally always came to help her sister (the wife of OP's younger brother) babysit her kid. However, the Redditor started grappling with discomfort about Ally's place as her parents gave her a lot of attention and resources.
Tensions came to a head at the OP's wedding when she refused to include Ally in the family pictures. The OP faced family backlash.
Curious about what happened next? Keep reading for more details!
Here's the full story:
Michael, and his wife, Maya, found refuge in the OP's family home due to challenging circumstances, OP's adopted sister Ally often comes to babysitting
OP feels uneasy because Ally gets a lot of attention from OP's parents
During the OP's wedding, she declined to include Ally in the family picture
OP faced family backlash after insisting on a wedding photo without Ally
Maya and Ally are sisters
OP acknowledges the potential wrongfulness of publicly excluding Ally at the wedding
OP expresses intentions to make a greater effort to connect with her
Here's the comments of Reddit users:
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