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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Alicia, Your sister-in-law has placed you in a difficult position by her childish behavior. If the people she invited to the wedding have any tact, they wont attend without an invitation. If they do, they are the ones at fault, not you.

The same goes for the sister. It would appear that she wants to be a bridesmaid and feels left out. The fact that she bought a dress the same color as the bridesmaids is her problem, not yours. She is the one who will look odd at the wedding.

Is it possible that she is purposely trying to push your buttons and make you react? If so, the best way to handle someone like that is to not react to the things she does. Just ignore her, though it may be hard to do initially. She may be the competitive type who makes everything about her. You dont have to play that game. If you dont stop it now, you may continue to have problems in the future as she competes for attention when you have a home or children.

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