Whose side are you on? Your parents or your siblings?

@Nykkee (2523)
Canada
July 6, 2007 1:51pm CST
In an arguement or disagreement between your parents and your sister or brother, whose side are you on? Obviously most of us try to stay relatively uninvolved in family disputes that do not involve us as we do not want anyone to get mad at us. However, even if you are not actively involved in the dispute you end of hearing both sides at one point or another, and even if you don't voice your opinion to everyone involved you always are really on someone's side (unless you think they are both being dumb). I will always support my sister in any situation, though I will not get involved and fight with my parents with her, I will always be there for her, even when she is being dumb. I will tell her that she is being dumb, if she is, but I will still be there to offer unconditional support. So whose side are you on? Does it depend ont he dipute itself and who you feel is really right? Or do you automatically go with one or the other?
2 responses
@Newbie11 (197)
• United States
6 Jul 07
I will always support my younger brother.He is six years younger to me and I love him very much.I am always with him in his life.Even if he is not always right I am with him.
• United States
6 Jul 07
It usually depends on the dispute itself, I will side with the person is making sense. Like you I try not to be actively involved, but I will tell the person if their being dumb. There have been a couple of times when I've told both side their acting like 2 yr old or worse.