On the r/AmItheA**hole subreddit, Redditor u/krose_7137 recently shared that she faced a tough time living with their sister-in-law and her three kids.
She detailed that when her partner's sister had some financial issues and ended up having no place to go, the OP and her partner agreed to let the sister-in-law and her three kids stay at their house temporarily.
But you know what? This kind gesture turned into a year-long struggle with blurred boundaries and growing frustrations. The sister-in-law didn't contribute to bills and often left the house messy, which irritated the OP and her partner. Moreover, times passed, but the sister-in-law still stayed unemployed, and she didn't even want to move out.
Things got even messier when the sister-in-law allied with the biological mom of the OP's stepson to break up the OP and her partner. What do you think about what the sister-in-law did to the OP? Scroll down to read the entire story. Also, share your thoughts with us in the comments!
Source: divorcemag.com (not the actual photo)
Let's dig into the details:
When the boyfriend's sister faced financial difficulties, the OP offered her and her 3 kids a place to stay until they find their own
Have you ever faced a situation where a family member overstayed their welcome? How did you handle it, and what advice would you share with others in similar predicaments? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments!