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"There's something they should separate," one commenter quipped. "But it's not finances."
"My boyfriend moved her in because they lost their apartment and her husband had to go to jail. But now he has completely changed."
She wrote her stepsibling was "extremely cruel" as kids. An expert told Newsweek "any trigger brings up all old feelings back like it all happened yesterday."
"Megan is being inappropriate and needs therapy. You shouldn't have to deal with that," one user said.
"My dad is known as the Happy Face serial killer but he's known as Dad to me," Melissa Moore told Newsweek.
"Take a look at your relationship," one commenter advised. "He is using you."
"What she said was inhumanely callous. I'm so sorry," commented a Redditor.
A young woman refusing to talk to her sister over a wedding invite is being backed online. In a post shared to Reddit's Am I the A******? (AITA) forum on October 2, user u/positivebean explained that her older half-sister didn't invite her to her wedding four years ago, despite the pair having a close relationship.
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The 20-year-old wrote on Reddit that a disagreement broke out after he was told he couldn't eat the groceries that he had purchased himself.
"She's doing the staying at home part great. But mom? Not so much," one commenter wrote.
National Etiquette Expert Diane Gottsman told Newsweek the bottom line is "a gift should be given with no strings attached."
"Do you have a habit of making big deals out of little inconveniences?" said one disapproving reply on the Reddit post.
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"The photo of you two [on] the boat in the rain reminds me of 'The Notebook'," one user said.
"Such a shame that your brother didn't get over the loss of his wife in a timeframe that makes you comfortable," one commenter wrote sarcastically.
Over seven million people have watched the reunion, one user commented: "He looks so worried and guilty."
"Stories like this really make my day!" one commenter exclaimed.
A teen who told his mom he was having a "couple" of friends over after school was rumbled after she checked on a security camera installed in the house. Mom-of-five Candice Meier, from Kearney, Nebraska, was left stunned when she saw the truth about what her eldest son, Ryan, was up to.
"There's a reason those conversations are private," said one comment on the viral Reddit post.
Vanessa Rivera first started taking photos on her phone when she was unable to afford a photographer.