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Manipulative Mom Expects Sister-In-Law To Cater Her Son's 1st Birthday Party For Free

It is really common to do favors for the people in our lives that we love and expect nothing in return. It's a part of being in a family or having unconditional love for someone. However, in order for something to be a 'favor,' it needs to be optional. It's totally unfair to force someone to volunteer to help you out, and especially uncool to constantly take advantage of their generosity. That's called manipulation people, and we are not about that life.

Manipulative Mom Expects Brother-In-Law To Cater Her Son's 1st Birthday Party For Free| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/ThrowAW19923 · 5h 1 1 AITA for not wanting to cook for SIL's son Birthday party? Throwaway for obvious reasons. Not a native speaker, so excuse me.
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Women Uncover The Creepiest Things Their Bosses Actually Said To Them

Power can go to someone's head very quickly. You realize people are doing things for you, sometimes even if you don't even ask, and then you start to tell yourself, "Hey, I must be a pretty important person, I don't have to treat people with respect anymore, dope!" Well, for everyone working 'underneath' you... It sucks. It's so hard because unless somebody plans to quit, they can just tell their boss to screw off. Boy, would it feel good though. Only in my dreams.

Women Uncover The Creepiest Things Their Bosses Actually Said To Them| thumbnail text - middayfirework 1 year ago In 2004 or 5 a boss asked me if my partner and I had had sex the night before and what were are most frequently chosen sex positions. It was out of nowhere and in front of three other employees. Other women had problems with him and complained about him to each other. I decided to talk to my line manager about this and all the other female employees denied he had ever said anything t
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