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Woman Calls Out Delusional Sister For Failing To Properly Homeschool Her Kids

In this week's "Am I The A$$hole?" family drama, two sisters are at each other's necks due to their different parenting methods when it comes to schooling their children. In the thread, the original poster shares how her sister decided to homeschool her kids because she had a terrible time in school as someone with undiagnosed ADHD. While OP agreed that homeschooling sounds great in theory, she claimed that her sister hasn't been properly educating her children at all. Apparently, all the kids do all day is roam around, watch TV, or play on their computers and iPad. When she tried to convince OP to do the same with her kids, OP said there was no way in hell, which deeply offended her sister. In my opinion, your sister is one of the only people in the world who can be real with you, therefore OP was definitely not in the wrong here. What do you guys think? Scroll down for more details into the drama. 

aita thread about delusional mother | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Willing_Occasion501 11 hours ago 3 5 A 3 AITA for “mom shaming" my sister? My (28F) sister and her wife (32F, 33F) have 3 kids (12F, 10F, 7M). All three kids are 'unschooled', basically meaning they don't go to school or homeschool. My sister had undiagnosed ADHD until college and was miserable in school, so she said she didn't wanna put her kids through that. My sister explained it as letting them learn naturally at their own pa
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Woman Miscarries, Baby Daddy Leaves Her To Marry Her Sister

Reddit's "Am I The A$$hole?" subreddit is known for some pretty crazy family drama, but this particular thread is a tough one to swallow. After marrying her high school sweetheart, these newlyweds experienced a miscarriage that completely shattered their relationship. Even though they stayed together, she found out that he had cozied up to her sister behind closed doors. Behind she knew it, they were getting married! The worst part? Her sister told her maybe her baby died for a reason - so that she could get her happy ending. Talk about narcissistic! We are horrified. Scroll down for all the messed-up details behind what drives this messed-up family

sister drama on aita | thumbnail text - aita ruining my sister's wedding. Not hole Throwaway account and please don't repost anywhere else 24f with my ex fiancé N (27) since 13 and he 15. He my first love, my first everything got engaged 20 and about 6 months after found out were expecting. Unfortunately miscarried couple days later worst moment our lives.
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Delusional Mother Demands Teen Girl Shaves Head To Appease Her Sister's Self-Esteem

Teenagehood consists of difficult yet formative years. We've all made mistakes during our teen years, some of them worse than others. In this week's "Am I The A$$hole?" thread, a poor teen girl made a terrible mistake when she decided to bleach her hair on her own, causing it to fall out. Hairdressers could do nothing for her, so the only option left was for her to shave her head. As devastating as that is for a teen girl, the mom asked her sister to shave her head as well in solidarity. As expected, the sister refused, driving the sister with the buzz-cut into even more hysterics. Redditors seem to unanimously agree 

mother wants daughter to shave head for sister | thumbnail text - Posted by u/nidpofg 7 hours ago 6 8 S 7 AITA for refusing to cut my hair to make my sister feel better? I am 16F, my sister is 14F. She has jet black hair, and if you know about hair then you would know that it's very hard to bleach and even harder to do it right. Well my sister wanted to get platinum blonde hair and she decided to do it by herself. And it did not go well. She ended up completely frying her hair and it fell out an
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Sibling Memes That Hit As Hard As You Used To Punch Your Older Brothers

If you grew up with a sibling or two or even three, then you'll understand the weird relationship that you have with them. One minute they're your favorite person in the world, you're watching movies together and bonding over how much you hate your parents. The next minute you want to kill them, you can't imagine how much better your life would be without them, and you start a rumor that they were adopted. These tweets will hit home hard but probably not as hard as your siblings hate you.




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Relatable AF Tweets About Growing Up With A Sister

Growing up with four sisters (yes, you read that right—four!) I feel qualified to comment on the total head f*ck that is the sisterly bond. One minute they're your best friend, and you're staying up late together talking about boys, sharing each other's clothes. The next minute, you're screaming bloody murder at her for "borrowing" your makeup without asking and running to your parents to tell them you wish she'd never have been born. Having a sister is like having a best friend and also a mortal enemy from birth. It's pretty weird when you think about it. If this sounds familiar, then these tweets about the ups and downs of having a sister will speak to your soul and relate to you in all sorts of ways.




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Girl Gets Chastised For Wearing 'Revealing' Pajama's Near Younger Brothers' Friends

Women are always getting judged and objectified for how they dress. At school, in the office, on the street, at the gym. Really this list could go on for days. But the one place we should supposedly be safe is in our homes, right? Apparently wrong. A 17-year-old girl got scolded by her mother for wearing pyjamas that were too 'showy' when her little brother had friends over for a sleepover. Unless she had it all hanging out in some see-through lingerie set (which I highly doubt), this story just reaks of internalized misogyny.

On Reddit's 'Am I The A-hole' page, this teen wants to know if she is the A-hole for not wearing modest pyjamas in her own home.

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Sisters Recreate Famous Characters Using Only Vintage Clothing

Fashion provides an opportunity for people to express their individual style and personality. But more than that, it also allows you to live vicariously through other characters, by dressing as they would. Dressing up is an outlet and means to imagine what you'd look like as another person or character and that's exactly what Danielle & Nicole, British twin sisters do on their Instagram account. Using vintage clothing, they recreate famous animated characters from movies or our favorite pop icons with beautiful results. Check out some of their amazing clothing creations below. Which is your favorite? 

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This Family Recreates Oscar Nominated Movie Scenes And We Love It

Seven years ago Maggie Storino, a mother-of-three, received a black tutu for her baby girl and took a picture of it, inspired by the Oscar-nominated movie "Black Swan." The feedback was amazing, and that's how "Don't call me Oscar" project started. Maggie describes it as "One family's journey through the best picture nominees." The main models are the adorable three sisters - Sophia ( 7) , Sadie (5) and Sloane (2). 



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