Sisters Deadly rivalry

@Lavera1 (897)
United States
March 31, 2007 4:49pm CST
There once were two sister; are stil is one. Actual blood sisters. The same parents also. The oldest sister was taught to always protect her younger sister even if the younger sister was the cause of the conflicts. And when the younger sister became grown she would still be the source of conflicts. She had a very foul mouth. The two sisters became very competative with each other. Even to the point that they'd share the same men in bed causing them to hate one another even more so. The younger sister became very ill from aids and was commited to the hospital two weeks before her death. But the elder sister wouldn't visit her in the hospital. She'd come up with excuses for not going. But at the time she didn't know that her sister had aids because it was against the law for the doctors to reveal her ailment. So now that the younger is dead the older sister has become more of an alcoholic and addicted more to marijuana and more promiscious. She shares those things with her twenty year old daughter and her 18 and 16 year old sons And also dates her childrens friends. I think that she's holding in a lot of quilt in her because of not forgiving her sister and going to see her before she died. The younger sister was unconcious for over ten days. Even though she couldn't have conversed with the older, I'm told that the unconscious can still her you. She won't listen to me. She even threatened to beat me up if I wouldn't stop talking to her. My children went to her and told her to not speak to me like that again but they didn't threaten her. I feel that she's going throug enough suffering herself. But I'm very concerned for her children. Do any of you have loved ones in situations like this. By the way these two women are my neices.
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@gewcew23 (8011)
• United States
9 Apr 07
I have a sister whom I was always very protective. Before I met my husband we had a huge fight. I thought this "Friend" liked me only to find out he really wanted to date her and she wanted to date him. But I have forgiven her even though she still really doesn't want anything to do with me. I try to be the Christian I am suppose to be. And I hope that one day we will be able to put this behind us.
• United States
9 Apr 07
Wow, what a mess!! First thing that pops into my head is the risk she is taking having 'relations' with her children's fiends, if they are under 18. I know many people who are registered s*x offenders for doing that. Alo, she sounds like she is in a very self-destructive mode and on a downward spiral. She needs help quick before something bad happens. I don't have experience with anyone like this, but it isn't going to get better unless she gets help. It can only get worse.
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@Lavera1 (897)
• United States
10 Apr 07
Yes it will only get worse, DhaJud, if she does not get any help. So many of her relatives and friends just laugh along in her face like it is not that serious. I have not seen nor talked to her since December.
@gewcew23 (8011)
• United States
9 Apr 07
I have a sister whom I was always very protective. Before I met my husband we had a huge fight. I thought this "Friend" liked me only to find out he really wanted to date her and she wanted to date him. But I have forgiven her even though she still really doesn't want anything to do with me. I try to be the Christian I am suppose to be. And I hope that one day we will be able to put this behind us.