Reasons I regret asking my sister to be my MOH (LONG vent)
Posted 10 April 2008 - 06:20 PM
My sister was going to get married in PR 2 years ago until she got prego and wanted to get married right away at home and she had the cojones to bad talk me and my FI for doing a DW when she was the first person I was worried couldn't afford to go, so I talked to my Dad and he is going to pay for her trip to go?!
Unlike you I dont have any conjones and haven't talked to her about her lack of participation in my wedding so I commend you on what you have said to her! YOU GO GIRL! Drop her like bad habit and get someone who is supportive of you! Now if only I could take my own advice!
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Posted 10 April 2008 - 09:17 PM
| Originally Posted by jamisoncollette |
Often times it is our families that make us feel the worse. Maura, you already have a great plan to bump your sister and utilize your best friend who has been available to you all along. Don't feel guilty over your decision, its best for you and everyone else. Glenda's right, your sister is being passive-aggressive. Take the power away from her and your mom, remember life is 10% of what happens to us and 90% how we react to it. Just smile, know you have made sound decisions, and limit contact to what is healthy for you. Ok, done with therapy now. Tell the selfish twit to get over herself!
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Posted 10 April 2008 - 09:24 PM
Only you can decide what is the right solution. But from the sounds of it, your plan seems like the way to go. Your friend will be so honored to be your MoH! and it sounds like she defintely deserves it. I wish you luck!
Posted 10 April 2008 - 09:26 PM
You will have an AMAZING wedding and never regret for one minute your choice to have a DW. It will be beautiful!
Posted 10 April 2008 - 10:08 PM
You've learned, as Mandy did, that people will quickly say they are coming to your wedding, but when it comes to putting your money where your mouth is, they will make all kinds of flimsy excuses as to why it is more imperative for them to stay home than to attend the most important event of your life. They will carry on with their artificially busy lives, oblivous to your feelings.
In the end, you will be married to a wonderful and caring man, who you have no doubt will support you in every way, and you are blessed with the gift of his family who obviously think the world of you and would do anything for you. Go forward from here, concentrate on YOU and Jose, and make these happy times.
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