Why my sister steals me?

Jordan
February 11, 2010 12:27am CST
Iwas so upset and surprised i have discovered that my sister is stealing me ,once she has took 70 dollars from my husband's pocket ,i didnt tell him that she did it,i stayed with a closed mouth,i was embarrased in fron of him ,he used to put a sum of money in his pocket so if he needed it sometime,he will be able to use it,he doesn't trust me now ,he won't leave his money in the house because he knows that i am atealer,the other time she had took my gold ring,,i have been so good with her,she fooled me,any one please knows why?
8 responses
@daliaj (5681)
• India
11 Feb 10
I understand that you are in a difficult situation. It is very hard for me to take when I put myself in your shoes. Your sister and husand, both are important to you. Does your sister live with you and yor husband? One thing you can do this situation is to have a private talk with your sister. Tell her that you know that she is takes money and gold without permission and request he to stop that. If she doesn't hear your words, you can talk about this issue to your parents. They will be in a better position to solve this issue.
• India
12 Feb 10
daliaj is saying right,you must talk with your sister first.Try to know the reason why she is doing that.If she is doing for her love(i.e boy friend),call that boy and send her(marry) to his house.This will be the best possible solution in case of your problem.
@happy2512 (1266)
• Philippines
11 Feb 10
You should find the reason why she has been doing that maybe she has a problem with something. I also experienced the same until now we keep something valuable away from her eyes. Its sad but we just do our best to keep it away from making her do it again.
• Indonesia
11 Feb 10
Yes i'm agree with happy,, She must has problem that she couldn't tell,,
• Philippines
26 Mar 10
they say that everything that is too much isn't good, so if you show [b]too much trust[/b] w/ your sibling then she will abuse you. The best thing to do is to confront her in a nice way but before that, think of who else may have been doing it. Do you have any companion in your house? Give her first the benefit of the doubt that she's not the one. Sometimes the one you've been suspecting is not the one who steals. Anyway, if you are sure enough that it is your sister. then talk to her, the situation you are into, the consequences you are suffering because of what she did, how it affects your relationship with your husband. [u][/u]
@yresh12 (3217)
• Philippines
12 Feb 10
That's really sad to hear. You're sister stealing from you. I think the best thing you should do is confront her and ask what's wrong. You should also tell you're husband the truth and so that he won't think of you that way.
@syankee525 (6293)
• United States
11 Feb 10
well sister, brother, cousin or friend she wont be allow in my house anymore at all, and you should have told your husband what she did. my cousin made that mistake of stealing from me before, just once. i beat his butt for two hours, two because he ran out of the house before i got done.
@ebuscat (5947)
• Philippines
11 Feb 10
For that matter I think your sister have a sick called maniac meaning they don't want that the day without gain a money because she's not very good for the job what she do is steeling.
@varron (453)
• Philippines
11 Feb 10
You better talk to your sister regarding the matter.We do not know if she has some problems and she needs money badly by any means. Talk to hear at ease that it will not bother her. Talk to it like you are just talking with jokes so that she will not be offended. Observed her reaction if he tells the truth or not then you can decide for your self what the appropriate things to do next. As of now you can deal with this problem temporarily by hiding your money, jewels and other valuable stuffs in secret to prevent her from stealing. We do have same problems, my nephew this days used to steal with my aunts money several times, and we found out that he was being addicted to computer online games.That's the problem behind, that must be dealt accordingly.
• Singapore
11 Feb 10
You should point out her errors the first time you saw it and correct her. If you just ignore it, she would thought that you don't know and continue the act. Also, you need to find out whether she's a habitual stealer or not. Some people may be habitual stealer, they don't really want to steal but they just can't stop stealing once they found something worth stealing. That's a mental disorder known as "kleptomania", you may need to get a psychologist to treat her if that's really the case.